Are you voting in the upcoming special election in Iowa? Here’s how to find out

The Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines in 2019. (Randy Dircks/KCRG)
The Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines in 2019. (Randy Dircks/KCRG)(Randy Dircks/KCRG | KCRG)
Published: Jan. 13, 2021 at 12:20 PM CST
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OTTUMWA, Iowa (KYOU) -There is a special election happening on January 26th to fill a state senate seat in district 41. The seat was held by now Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks. Democrat Mary Stewart and Republican Adrian Dickey have been selected to run for the open seat.

District 41 covers part of Wapello County, Jefferson, Davis, and Van Buren Counties.

The Wapello County Auditor’s office sent out this information for those who are in the district area about the upcoming election.

Any registered voter in Senate District 41 can choose ONE vote center to vote at in Wapello County; regardless of where they live in the county.

This election isn’t county-wide in Wapello County. Some voters are in Senate District 40; while others are in Senate District 41. If you are unsure of which district that you reside in, you can reference your voter registration card or call the Wapello County Auditor’s Office at 641-683-0020.

Vote Centers will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Agency Community Center – 102 W. Main St.

IHCC-Advanced Technology Center - 525 Grandview Ave. (*Entrance #15) *Temporary entrance change

Bridge View Center – 102 Church St.

Hickory Grove Community Church - 3929 U.S. Hwy 63

Great Prairie AEA – 2814 N. Court Rd.

Wapello County Courthouse - 101 W. 4th St.

Eldon Library Hall - 608 W. Elm St.

If you live in Davis County, you can click here for voting information.

Click here for voting information in Van Buren County.

For voters in Jefferson County, click here.

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