Marshall County
Elections
In-Person Absentee Voting at Election Center (Old Fire Station) 107 S 1st Ave, Marshalltown

Welcome to the Marshall County Elections Website.

The Auditor and Recorder'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

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News

Absentee Voting for the General Election

August 31, 2020

Marshall County Auditor Nan Benson joins Secretary of State Paul Pate and auditors across Iowa in encouraging voters to cast absentee ballots by mail in the upcoming November 3 General Election.

FAQ

Q.

What if I lost my ID or forgot to take one with me to the polls?

A.

Starting in 2019, if you do not have you ID with you, you may either cast  a provisional ballot or have another registered voter attest to their identity.

Q.

I can't get out of my car; can someone bring me a ballot to vote from there?

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Yes. If you are unable to go inside the polling place a team of election workers will be sent out to your car to help you vote.

Marshall County Voter Registration

Updated October 5, 2020
Democratic
7,817
Republican
7,709
No Party
7,483
Other
156
Total Registered Voters: 23,165
This webpage was printed on October 24, 2020. For the most current election-related information, visit the Marshall County, Iowa, Elections website at elections.marshallcountyia.gov.
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