National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday September 24
National Voter Registration Day is a massive 50-state effort to register thousands of U.S. voters.
This year, both Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate and Linn County Auditor Joel Miller are encouraging all eligible Iowans to register to vote, or to make sure their current registration is up to date.
Iowans may check to see if they are registered to vote in their current zip code by visiting the Secretary of State’s website here.
If you want to find out more on how to register to vote, click here, or you can call the Linn County Election Services at 319-892-5300, extension 1.
There are several other ways that Iowa residents may register to vote or update their registration:
- Attending a National Voter Registration Day event hosted by a local organization.
Events are listed at org/events/
- Using their Iowa Driver’s License or non-driver ID number to register online at: com/iadotreg2vote
- Printing out a form from org/DocumentCenter/View/3701 and mailing it in using the address on the form
- Calling the Linn County Elections office at 319-892-5300 x1 to request a voter registration form be mailed to them
- Visiting the Linn County Elections office at 935 2nd SW, Cedar Rapids.
Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.