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National Voter Registrations Day!

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Happy !  In six weeks, Americans will go to the polls to elect a President, members of Congress, state legislators, and more.  Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, and Independents agree on at least one thing: it's a big year and a lot is at stake with this election.  Make sure you are   on Election Day!

  • STEP ONE:
    Check to see if you are registered to vote here. Make sure your name and address are correct.
  • STEP TWO:
    If you are registered to vote, decide whether you want to vote by mail, early at your auditor's office (or another satellite voting center, or in person on election day.  Learn more about your options and other things voters with disabilities need to know here.
  • STEP THREE: If you want to vote by mail, waste no time and send in your request form!  Ballots will be sent out 29 days before the election (beginning October 6).  Talk to your county auditor if you have any questions; they can also tell you where you can vote early in person.

Iowa's Secretary of State Paul Pate has put together a Toolkit for Voters with Disabilities and Video about in-person voting; check them out and feel free to contact your county auditor or Iowans with Disabilities in Action () if you have any other questions.

Come back soon - we'll have links to Congressional and state legislative candidate bios online soon!