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2022 Primary Election

June 7, 2022

Primary Election
The Primary Election is an election to determine which candidates will qualify for the General Election for a given party. In Iowa you must be a member of the political party of which you wish to vote for in order to participate. This is known as a "closed primary." The primary election is held on the 1st Tuesday following the 1st Monday in June of each even-numbered year.

Highlighted Race(s)

Marshall County Board of Supervisor-Republican

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
Jarrett P. Heil R
1,818
Carol Hibbs R
1,658
Dave Thompson R
1,058
Evan Folk R
435

Marshall County Treasurer-Republican

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
Deann S. Tomlinson R
63.8%
1,641
Mark Eaton R
36.2%
931

Marshall County Attorney-Republican

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
Jordan Gaffney R
100.0%
2,291

Marshall County Sheriff To Fill Vacancy Tern Ending 2024-Republican

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
Joel R. Phillips R
100.0%
2,440

Marshall County Attorney-Democratic

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
Sarah Tupper D
100.0%
1,236

Marshall County Board of Supervisor-Democratic

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
Linda Von Holten D
1,196

Marshall County Sheriff To Fill Vacancy Tern Ending 2024-Democratic

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
No Candidate-Write-Ins D
100.0%
55

Marshall County Treasurer-Democratic

Official · 15/15 Precincts Counted · Official Results
No Candidate-Write-Ins D
100.0%
46

Archived Election Details

Absentee Voting

The Marshall County Auditor/Recorder’s Office is announcing that Absentee Vote by mail and in-person begins Wednesday, May 18th.  

Voters may request an Absentee Ballot by filling out the “Official Iowa Absentee Ballot Request Form”.  They are available at the Marshall County Auditor/Recorder’s Office or the Marshall County web site at https://elections.marshallcountyia.gov/.  

To request an absentee ballot by mail, you will need to complete the absentee ballot request form and return to our office by May 23rd. 

The In-Person absentee voting will start on Wednesday, May 18th at the Marshall County Election Department Office at 107 S. 1st Ave. through Monday, June 6th between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. In addition, the Election Department Office will be open for absentee voting on Saturday, June 4th from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. ID is required.

Iowa’s Primary Election is a “closed primary”, which means that voters must declare a party affiliation on their absentee request form to receive an absentee ballot for this election.  

Return of Your Ballot

Mail your ballot so that is received before 8 PM CT on Election Day – June 7
-or-
Hand-deliver your ballot to the Auditor’s Office during business hours or any time up until 8 PM CST on Election Day – June 7

Registration Deadline

Voters who want their names to appear on the election registers on election day should preregister to vote by 5 p.m. May 23rd. Visit the Secretary of State Website to register to vote by the deadline. https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterinformation/voterregistration.html 

After the pre-registration deadline, any person who is not already registered in the county may register by proving identity and residency. This is called Election Day Registration (EDR), even if it’s done during absentee voting and not on election day at the polls.

If a voter wants to register after the pre-registration deadline in the auditor’s office and vote in the upcoming election, the voter also must vote an absentee ballot at the same time. If the voter wants to vote on election day, the voter must go to the correct precinct and complete the election day registration process.
 

The Primary Election is an election held to nominate candidates for the General Election.

Iowa has two political parties that hold Primary Elections:   The Democratic Party and the Republican Party. At the Primary Election, there is a Democratic ballot and a Republican ballot. Candidates from each party run against candidates from the same party. The winners from each party will have their names placed on the General Election ballot.

The Office for the President of the United States does not appear on this Iowa Primary ballot.

Iowa’s Primary Election is a “closed primary” which means that voters must declare a party affiliation to participate. Voters may change their political party affiliation at the polling place on Election Day.

Due to redistricting after the 2020 Census, Precincts and Polling Places may have changed. Listed below is the new Precincts & Polling Places for Marshall County

Precinct Name

City

Townships included in precincts

Polling Place

BANGOR/LISCOMB/TAYLOR

LISCOMB, ALBION

BANGOR, LISCOMB, TAYLOR

Liscomb Community Bldg.

114 Main St

Liscomb IA 50148

EDEN/LOGAN/WASHINGTON

RHODES, MELBOURNE

EDEN, LOGAN WASHINGTON

Melbourne Recreational Center

613 Main St

Melbourne IA 50162

GREEN CASTLE/LEGRAND

GILMAN, FERGUSON, LEGRAND

GREEN CASTLE LEGRAND

Legrand Community Bldg.

206 N Vine St

Legrand IA 50142

JEFFERSON/TIMBER CREEK

HAVERHILL, LAUREL

JEFFERSON, TIMBER CREEK

IVCCD Administration Bldg.

3702 S Center St

Marshalltown IA 50158

LIBERTY/MARIETTA/MINERVA

ST. ANTHONY, CLEMONS

LIBERTY, MARIETTA, MINERVA

Orphan Grain Train

(FKA Clemons School)

302 Bevins St

Clemons IA 50051

MARION/VIENNA

N/A

MARION, VIENNA

Green Mountain

Community Park Bldg

111 Woolston St

Green Mountain IA 50632

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 1-1

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 1-2

MARSHALLTOWN

N/A

Marshalltown Public Library

105 W Boone St, Marshalltown

 

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 2-1

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 2-2

 

MARSHALLTOWN

N/A

Miller Middle School-GYM

(Temporary Location)

125 S 11th St, Marshalltown

PREVIOUS-IOWA VETERANS HOME

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 3-1

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 3-2

MARSHALLTOWN

N/A

YMCA/YWCA-Childcare Room

(Temporary Location)

108 Washington St, Marshalltown

PREVIOUS-FISHER COMMUNITY CENTER

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 4-1

MARSHALLTOWN CITY 4-2

MARSHALLTOWN

N/A

Redeemer Lutheran Church

1600 S Center St, Marshalltown

STATE CENTER

STATE CENTER

STATE CENTER

State Center City Hall

118 E Main St, State Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Election Center is located at 107 S 1st Ave, Marshalltown, Ia 50158

Hours the Polls are Open

The polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. in all precincts within Marshall County. 

To vote in Iowa, you must be registered to vote.
To qualify to register to vote, you must be:

You cannot:

Iowa law now allows eligible persons to register and vote at the polls on Election Day. An Election Day registrant must provide acceptable proof of identity and current residence in the precinct. Click on the link below to see the Election Day Registration Information provided by the Iowa Secretary of State.

Iowa Election Day Registration Information

http://sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterinformation/edr.html

Voter Registration Application -

http://sos.iowa.gov/elections/pdf/voteapp.pdf

Marshall County Auditor/Recorder’s Office

Extended Office Hours for Election Purposes

Marshall County Election Center

107 S 1st Ave, Marshalltown, Iowa

In addition to the normal business hours of 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, the Marshall County Auditor/Recorder’s Office will offer extended hours to the public as follows:

Monday, May 23                      Friday, June 3                         Saturday, June 4

8:00 AM- 5:00 PM                     8:00 AM- 5:00 PM                     8:00 AM-4:00 PM

Special Precinct Board

The Special Precinct Board will start opening and counting absentee ballots on Monday June 6th and complete on Election Day.   The results from the absentee ballots will not be released until shortly after the polls close at 8:00 p.m.

Public Test of Voting Equipment

The public test of the county voting system will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday May 11th at the Election Center, 107 S 1st Ave, Marshalltown, IA 50158

Election Night Results

The polls close at 8:00 p.m. and a link to the unofficial election night results will be available on this website.  The Election Cneter will be open until all precincts have reported. Members of the public are welcome to be present, or to check up-to-date totals on this website.

Remember that election night results are unofficial. They include absentee ballots and results from the precincts, but do not include results from provisional ballots that are subsequently determined to have been valid. They also do not include any valid voted Military and Safe at Home absentee ballots that were postmarked prior to Election Day and that are received by Monday, June 13th.

Election Results link will be posted on Election Day      

Canvass of Election

The Marshall County Board of Supervisors will meet in session at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 14th, 2022 to canvass the results of the June 7th Primary Election. At this meeting the board will canvass the tally lists and prepare official abstracts of the election results. The canvass will include election night results, as well as any provisional ballots and late-absentee ballots that are determined to be valid and on time. The meeting is open to the public.

Voting System

Voters in Marshall County will use special paper ballots that will be counted at each precinct with the use of precinct-count optical-scan machines. Absentee ballots will be counted with the use of an OVCS Scanner. In addition, for any voter who needs assistance in marking the ballot, a ballot-marking machine will be available in each precinct in the county. It will also be available for demonstrations and for absentee voting at the county auditor's office. All election equipment and related software has been tested and certified for use in the State of Iowa

Rotation of Names on Ballots

Pursuant to Iowa law, candidates' names will be rotated; however, rotation of names only applies if there are more candidates listed on the ballot than the number of positions to be filled for that office. Ballots in the first precinct in which a specific office is listed on the ballot will show the candidates' names in alphabetical order by last name. The candidates' names will be rotated in each subsequent precinct by moving the first name to the end.

Poll watchers

Poll watchers may represent:

               supporting approval of questions on the ballot at an election. 

Ethics and Campaign Disclosure

A candidate or a person who advocates for or against a candidate or a ballot issue may be subject to requirements and restrictions of Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure laws. Campaign finance disclosure forms, brochures, and other information are available at www.state.ia.us/ethics :

Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board
510 E 12th, Suite 1A
Des Moines IA 50319
(515) 281-4028 phone (515) 281-3701 fax

 

Yard Signs

Campaign signs may be placed with the permission of the property owner on private property. Campaign signs can not be placed in the public right of way which is described in general as the area between the sidewalk and the curb in a city and as the area between the shoulder and the fence line in rural areas.  Yard signs may not be place on public or corporate property. 

 Yard Signs and Outdoor Advertising use the link to Ethics and Campaign

Voter Registration Information for Campaign Purposes

Iowa law states that voter registration information is a public record. However, the use of that information is restricted to bona fide political purposes or to a bona fide official governmental purpose.  Use for commercial purposes is prohibited by law.

Persons advocating for or against a candidate or public measure on the ballot may request lists of registered voters from the Secretary of State office in a variety of customized formats.  For further information contact the Secretary of State at sos@sos.iowa.gov or call (888) 754-6302.

Contact us at election@marshallcountyia.gov

 

 

Sample Ballots (PDF)

This webpage was printed on December 9, 2022. For the most current election-related information, visit the Marshall County, Iowa, Elections website at elections.marshallcountyia.gov.
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