PRIMARY ELECTION - TUESDAY, JUNE 7 DEMOCRATIC PARTY REPUBLICAN PARTY
If you want an absentee ballot mailed to you, please hand deliver your request to 120 2nd Ave in Des Moines by 5 PM today
Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - Special Election Ankeny, Clive, and Mitchellville
Deadline for voters wanting an absentee ballot mailed to them for the 2022 Primary. The completed request MUST physically be in the Election Office (120 2nd Ave - Des Moines) by 5 PM this Monday - May 23rd. Postmarks do not count.
Polk County will hold a public hearing on 3/1/2022 at 9:30 AM to determine the maximum amount of tax dollars to be collected in the upcoming fiscal year. Click here for more information.
Polk County now has a Dropbox for completed absentee ballots. Voters can drop off their ballots 24 hour a day at the Election Office - 120 2nd Ave in Des Moines. The Dropbox is monitored by cameras and will be open until the close of the polls on June 7th.
Updated renewal for 2022 Dog Licenses can be found here
Polk County residents are receiving a postcard this week from the @IowaSOS regarding polling place changes for the June 7th primary election. The mailer is required to be sent to voters not more than twenty nor less than seven days before the election. This is a 2021 law change
The Temporary Reprecincting Committee is having a public hearing on 12/20/2021 at 1 PM to discuss rural voting precincts in Polk County.
5,267 ballots mailed to voters and 212 voters coming in and voting early in person yesterday - which was the first day for early voting/mailing ballots under Iowa's 2021 voting law changes.
Election Law Changes for Iowa Voters
The petitioned satellites are only available on Saturday June 4. Information can be found on our site https://t.co/uc0U0pwCfc