#TeamBoulton Voting Resources

The primary election is just around the corner, so make sure you have everything you need to cast a ballot for Nate! Check out the most common voting resources below, or send us a message if you have a question!

Registering to Vote and Updating your Registration

Confirming your voter registration is the most important thing you can do to ensure a smooth voting process. With just a few pieces of information, you can confirm your name, address, and polling place to be sure you’re ready to go on Election Day.

If you need to register to vote or update your name, address, or other key information, it’s easy! Here are a few ways to update your information:

    • Submit a form online – if you have an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator’s ID, you can register to vote or update your registration online by clicking here. You’ll receive your voter registration card in the mail from your county auditor within two weeks.
    • Register by mail – if you don’t have an Iowa driver’s license, or if you simply prefer the mail-in application, you can print off an application by clicking here, then mail it to your county auditor. Not sure who your county auditor is? Click here to find where to send your application.
    • Register at the polls – if you miss the May 25th deadline to pre-register online or by mail, you may register or update your information at the polls. To do this, you must go to your polling place for your current address and prove your identity and address. Click here to learn more.

Finding Your Polling Place

Be sure you’re headed to the right polling place to cast your ballot! Use the links below to make sure you know where to vote early and where to cast a ballot on June 5.

Voting Absentee by Mail

If you aren’t able to head to the polls or vote in person at your county auditor’s office, you can also vote absentee by mail. The process is pretty simple:
1. Request a ballot – download an absentee ballot request form, fill it out and sign it, then return it to your county auditor’s office by May 25, within 72 hours of signing the ballot request form.
2. Return your ballot – your county auditor’s office will mail your ballot to you, and it must be postmarked for return no later than Monday, June 4.
3. If you aren’t sure about whether your ballot request has been processed or if your ballot has been received, you can track your ballot here.

Showing An ID at the Polls

This election will be the first time many voters are asked to show a photo ID to vote at the polls. If you don’t have an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator’s ID, you should automatically get a voter ID card in the mail. Sign this card and keep it with you so you can show it at the polls.

If you don’t have an acceptable form of ID or if you lose your ID before Election Day, you can still vote by casting a provisional ballot or having another voter attest to your identity.

Voting with Special Circumstances

If you are a student attending school in Iowa with an out-of-state ID, if you are in the military, or if you are disabled or need assistance voting, there are still ways to cast your ballot

Have a question or need more information?

You can send a message to our team to get answers to your individual questions.