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Posted on: June 21, 2017

Polling Location Changes for Linn County August 1 Special Election

In response to public feedback and in an effort to better serve the voters of Linn County, Linn County Election Services has established the following polling location changes for future countywide elections including the August 1, 2017 special county election. Note that the first set of precincts remain at the same location; their services will be combined. The second list of precincts involve a change in physical location for Cedar Rapids 22 and Clinton Township.

 

Linn County Precincts

All polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on August 1

Precinct Designation
Combined Precinct Location -
No Change
Address
Cedar Rapids 07 and 15
Christ Episcopal Church
220 40th St NE, Cedar Rapids
Cedar Rapids 43 and 44
Kirkwood Community College- Rec Center
6301 Kirkwood Blvd SW, Cedar Rapids
Hiawatha 02 and 03
Hiawatha City Hall-Community Center Room
101 Emmons St, Hiawatha
Monroe Township 01 & Hiawatha 04 King of Kings Lutheran Church
3275 N Center Point Rd, Cedar Rapids



Precinct Designation
Combined Precinct Location - Change
Address
Cedar Rapids 17 and 22
 First Lutheran Church
1000 3rd Ave SE, Cedar Rapids
Clinton Township & Cedar Rapids 31  Cedar Hills Community Church
6455 E Avenue NW, Cedar Rapids

 

Postcard notices of these changes will be mailed to the households of registered voters within the district. These notices should be arriving at households by mid-July.


Background

Linn County has had 86 precincts since the 2010 census and redistricting of 2011. Since that time, Election Services has noted precincts with habitually low turn-out or polling locations which are inconvenient or otherwise not ideal. In the interest of more effective election services, six precincts will merge to share a location with a different precinct. Each will still be distinct precincts as to their ballots, but they will share election services at one location. These changes will remain in effect until such time as a change, such as the 2020 census, causes redistricting. 

As with all elections, absentee voting will continue to be available before Election Day. Voters may vote absentee in-person at the Auditor’s Office or vote by mail from the convenience of their home. 


Dates & Deadlines

Due Date

Event / Deadline

Friday, July 21
Last Day to Pre-register to Vote for this Election
Friday, July 28
Last Day to Request an Absentee Ballot to be Mailed
Monday, July 31
Last Day to Return a Voted Absentee Ballot by Mail (Postmark Deadline)
Monday, July 31
Last Day to Vote In-Person Absentee.
Tuesday, August 1
Election Day
Monday, August 7
Canvass of Votes


For questions regarding this election, call Linn County Election Services at (319) 892-5300, ext. 1.


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