2020 Presidential General Election - Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Absentee Ballot Requests will be sent to all Registered Voters in Polk County Iowa.
Have you moved recently? Please make sure that you update your registration as we want to make sure that you receive an absentee ballot request. https://t.co/9Fw8PHv4Rs https://t.co/vtvyvar8Pd
Every election day, hundreds of Precinct Election Officials are needed to staff polling places located throughout Polk County. Get paid to help voters in your community!
Mail has been very, very steady this week with absentee ballot requests from voters.
Search for properties by tax parcel number, ownership, and street address with links to the assessor, treasurer, and recorder pages. Search for subdivisions with links to the auditor plat maps and recorded plats (where applicable).
We will prefill some of the form, highlighting the portions that voters will need to fill out
Property taxes are not determined by a single individual who assesses your property and sends you a bill. The final tax rate is the result of budgets established to provide services, an assessor’s assessment, a county auditor’s calculations, and laws administered by the Iowa...
First day of in person voting, which also the first day County Auditors can place ballots in the mail is October 5, 2020.
Getting election mail for someone that no longer resides at your address? Every year our office compares address changes made by residents to the U.S. Post Office with the Polk County voter registration rolls. This is required by the National Voter…
Deleted previous tweet due to unfortunate typo. Voters should send in their absentee ballot request forms whenever they like and are ready.
May 2019 - The (July 1, 2018) City census population estimate released. Polk County population is estimated at 487,204 on pace for 500K in 2020. Polk population is +56,564 since 2010 Link The 8-year population increase of +56,564 is greater than the...
@sewellforiowa is correct - the new law only effects the Iowa SOS. It's a shame, as that mailer was very successful in allowing Iowa voters to vote from the safety of their homes.