Welcome to the Clinton County, Iowa, Elections Website

The Election Department in the Auditor’s Office is responsible for every aspect of conducting an election from voter registration to the final count of the votes. This site is designed to be a resource for residents looking to learn how to vote, find their elected officials, learn about becoming a candidate, or find past or upcoming election information.

Upcoming & Recent Elections

News

2021 Reprecincting

December 1, 2021

Every county in Iowa must review its precinct boundaries after a federal decennial census, according to Iowa law. As part of this process, the Clinton County Board of Supervisors has scheduled a public hearing for 10 a.m. December 20, 2021, to solicit public input in regards to the proposed changes to the County ordinance setting polling precincts.

FAQ

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Where do I vote at?

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Where you vote is determined by where you live and you must vote in the precinct to which you are assigned for your ballot to be counted. To find your polling place please visit the Polling Places page on our website.

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I lost my absentee ballot; can I just go vote on Election Day?

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Yes. When you go to vote, a poll worker will verify with the auditor’s office that your absentee ballot has not been returned. If it is confirmed that the auditor’s office has not received a ballot from you then you will be given a new ballot to vote there.

Clinton County Voter Registration

Updated December 6, 2022
No Party
13,523
Democratic
9,982
Republican
10,255
Other
244
Total Registered Voters: 34,004
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