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Board of Supervisors - Vote for Three


Kamyar Enshayan

Ritchie Kurtenbach

Linda Laylin

Chris Schwartz 

County Sheriff - Vote for One


Nihad Mašić 

Nathan Neff 

County Auditor - Vote for One


 Karen Showalter 

County Office

Federal and State Office

 U.S. Representative, District 2 - Vote for One

Candidate: Sarah Corkery

 State Senator, District 38 - Vote for One

Candidate:  Eric Giddens

State Representative, District 62 - Vote for One

Candidate: Jerome Amos Jr 

State Representative, District 61 - Vote for One

Candidate: Timi Brown-Powers

State Representative, District 75 - Vote for One

Candidate: Bob Kressig

State Representative, District 76 - Vote for One

Candidate: Jarred Johnston

Voting In Black Hawk County, Iowa

For details on voting, click on the Black Hawk County Elections Office Links below where you will find reliable information on: 

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Vote Deadlines

Register to Vote

Make sure you are registered  for the June 4, Primary and Nov. 5  Election.

You must be registered to vote.  Information on how to find out if you are registered and also how to register is here: Register to Vote.

Registration Deadlines for June 4, Primary

May  20     Mailed voter registration forms are due by 5p.m. 

June 4       You may register and vote on election day. Refer to the link above for details. 

Mar. 27      1st Day absentee ballots can be requested. 

May 15       Election/Auditor's office begins mailing ballots.

May 20     Absentee ballot requests must be received by 5PM to receive an absentee ballot                     by mail. 

May 15       In person absentee voting begins M-F, 8 to 4:30 at Election Office, 316 E 5th St.,                     Room 210, Waterloo, IA 50703. 
May 20      Extended in person absentee voting at election office from 8 to 5 PM.

May 31      Extended in person absentee voting at election office from 8 to 5 PM.

June 1       Special Saturday in person absentee voting at election office from 8 to 4 PM

June 3       Last day to vote in person by absentee voting at election office from 8 to 4:30.

June 4       Vote at polls 7 AM to 8 PM

Deadlines for the Nov. 5 Election will be posted after the Primary.


Absentee Voting, In Person Absentee Voting  and Election Day Voting Deadlines for Primary

Vote by mail. Vote early in person. Vote at your polling place on Election Day.

How to Vote

Vote by mail is absentee voting. In person early voting is voting by absentee ballot at the Election or Auditor's Office. Election day voting is at the polls. Details are here:  How to Vote.

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