Where and when to vote in the June 5 Iowa Primary

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New precinct and district boundaries mean many Iowa voters will see their polling places changed for 2012 primary and general elections. 

Polls are open statewide from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. for the June 5, 2012 primary election in Iowa .

Iowans who are eligible to vote are allowed to register to vote on election day.   To qualify to register to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen, an Iowa resident and 18 years old by election day.   Prospective voters who want to register on election day must appear at the polling place that correlates to his/her home address, complete an application, make a written oath and provide proof of identity and residence.   

Find out if you are already registered to vote in Iowa – click here.

Clinton County Polling Places – click here.

Des Moines County Polling Places – click here.

Henry County Polling Places – click here.

Louisa County Polling Places – click here.

Muscatine County Polling Places – click here.

Scott County Polling Places – Click here.

Get statewide election information by chosing your county from the Secretary of State website map at this link:  http://sos.iowa.gov/elections/auditors/AuditorsList.html