Unofficial results for Johnston Special Election Bryan Burkhardt - 1,032 votes Adam Haar - 203 votes Jim Gorsche (write in) - 777 votes Other write in - 6 votes
CITY of JOHNSTON - SPECIAL ELECTION TUESDAY, June 22 JOHNSTON CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE – TO FILL A VACANCY Election Canvass - Tuesday, June 29, 2021 @ 9:45am 111 Court Avenue
Polk County will hold a public hearing on March 2, 2021 at 9:30 to determine the maximum amount of county tax dollars to be collected in the upcoming fiscal year. Click here for more information
The Johnston Special Election today had a turnout percentage of 13.84%, which was an increase of close to 2% over the May 25th election which saw 11.94% of Johnston voters participate.
As of 6:45, there have been 1,817 voters at the polling places in the Johnston Special Election. Still over an hour to vote!
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1,021 Johnston voters have cast their ballot at the polling site today! Just a little under 5 hours to vote
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Johnston city voters have until 8 PM to cast their ballots at the polls today. As of 1 PM, 762 Johnston residents have already been to the polls.
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...
As of 11:30 AM, there have been 531 Johnston city voters that have cast ballots at the polling places for their special election. At the May 25, 2021 special Johnston primary, there were only 516 voters as of 1 PM.