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PRIMARY ELECTION

Absentee Ballot Request Form 

Primary Election is June 2, 2020

Plymouth County Primary Candidate's List

OFFICE NAME PARTY
Auditor Stacey Feldman Republican
County Sup. District 2 Mike VanOtterloo Republican
County Sup. District 5 Gary Horton Republican
Sheriff Jeff TeBrink Republican

 

Notice of Election and Sample Ballots

Candidate's Guide to the Primary Election

 NEWS RELEASE

 AUDITOR’S OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY, MAY 30th 2020 FOR IN PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING

 Primary Election in-person absentee voting will be available on Saturday, May 30th from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm in the Plymouth County Auditor’s office on 2nd floor of the Courthouse.  Voters should use the north lower entrance into the Courthouse on Saturday.  The secure drop box is also available in the north lower lobby from 7:30 to 3:30 on Saturday if a voter wishes to drop off a voted absentee ballot.   Any questions regarding Primary Election services offered by the Auditor’s office on Saturday May 30th, 2020, may be directed to the County Auditor and Commission of Election, Stacey Feldman at 712-546-6100.


6/02/2020 ELECTION DAY VOTING INFORMATION MEDIA RELEASE

All voting in Plymouth County on election day of June 2, 2020 for the Primary Election will be held from 7 am to 9 pm at the Le Mars Convention Center at 301 12th St. SE in Le Mars.

All voting precincts have been combined into one location this year due to the COVID 19 pandemic.  Masks are recommended to be worn by voters and social distancing will be required.

Voters are required to show either an Iowa Driver’s License, non-operator ID, or 4-digit PIN number found on your Voter Identification Card in order to vote on election day.

On election day, if voters are not registered to vote yet, they can complete the EDR (Election Day Registration), declare being a registered Democrat or Republican and proceed to vote in that party’s Primary Election in order to nominate candidates for office to then be elected at the General Election in November.

Voters who are registered to vote may also change their party affiliation on election day at the voting location prior to voting in that party’s primary election on election day.

Unofficial election results will be made available on the IA Secretary of State website or by going to the Plymouth County website at www.co.plymouth.ia.us after the election location closes at 9:00 pm.

Any questions regarding Primary Election services offered by the Auditor’s office on Tuesday, June 2nd 2020 may be directed to the County Auditor and Commission of Election, Stacey Feldman at 712-546-6100.

Voter Information:

Iowa League of Cities

Voters Rights and Responsibilities

Voter Registration Form

Absentee Ballot Request Form

Track Your Absentee Ballot

Federal Post Card Application

Find Your Precinct

Precinct Map

Secretary of State Website

 

                       
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