On Election Day...
- Am I registered to vote on Election Day?
If you are registered to vote, your name will appear on the list of registered voters at your polling place.
- On Election Day, can I still vote if I forgot to register?
Yes – same day registration is allowed. Any person that was not able to register to vote before Election Day may do so at the precinct in which they live. To register to vote on Election Day, you must:
- provide proof of identity (photo ID)
- provide proof of residency (your current address in the precinct)
- Sign an oath (attesting that the information you give is true)
- If I do not have identification can I still register and vote on Election Day?
Yes – voters with no identification may establish identity and residence in the precinct by written oath of a person who is registered to vote in the precinct.
- How do I find out where my polling place is located?
You must contact your county auditor. Your county auditor has information regarding the
location of your polling place. [ Use the Scott County Precinct Finder ]
- I'm registered to vote, but I've moved from that
address. What do I do on Election Day?
If you've moved within the same county, go to the new polling location and change your
address and vote at the polls. Call your county auditor for the new polling location or [ Use the Scott County Precinct Finder ]
If you've moved within the last 10 days, you can go and vote in your precinct at your old
Adapted from Source: Iowa Secretary of State's Office