Voting for this year’s Democratic and Republican primary elections begins in two weeks.
You must register as a Republican or Democrat to participate to vote and you have to submit a written application for a mailed ballot. Clayton County Auditor Jennifer Garms says voters should send in their absentee ballot request form as soon as possible.
That application for a mail-in ballot has to be received by your county auditor on May 23rd by 5 pm.
If you have already requested a mail-in ballot — your auditor can’t send it out to you until May 18th. That is also the first day of in-person early voting. Absentee ballots must be received by the county auditor by 8 pm on primary election day June 7th.
story courtesy of Radio Iowa