WHERE DO I VOTE?: There are 12 polling sites in Appanoose County. To see which one you should vote at you can call the Appanoose County Auditor’s Office at 641-856-6191. There’s also an online help tool at https://sos.iowa.gov/.
The polling sites in Appanoose County are Indian Hills Community College, Centerville City Hall, Lakeview Elementary School, Numa Community Building, Exline Community Buildings, Christian Church Fellowship Hall, Cincinnati Community Center, Moravia City Hall, Unionville American Legion Building, Courthouse 1st floor, Mystic Community Building and Moulton City Hall.
WHEN DO I VOTE?: Early voting will end Monday at close of business at the Appanoose County Courthouse, in the auditor’s office. The polls will be open from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. on Tuesday.
DO I NEED AN ID?: This is the final election where an ID is not required. Voters will be asked to show their ID before voting at the polls. Anyone who does not have the necessary ID will be asked to sign an oath verifying their identity, and will be allowed to cast a regular ballot. Beginning in 2019, some form of ID will be required to vote. Visit sos.iowa.gov for more details.
WHAT’S ON THE BALLOT?: Appanoose County voters will be asked to vote for a U.S. House seat, a governor, state representative and a member of the county board of supervisors, among many other offices. On the backside of the ballot there are numerous judicial retention votes to cast, as well.
WHO IS ON THE BALLOT?: Democrat Dave Loebsack faces Republican challenger Dr. Christopher Peters, Libertarian challenger Mark Strauss and independent Daniel Clark in his re-election bid for U.S. House District 2. In an all-female ticket for State House District 80 is Republican Holly Brink and Democrat Susan McDanel. For governor, Republican Kim Reynolds is running against Democrat Fred Hubbell, Libertarian Jake Porter and Clear Water candidate Gary Siegwarth.
Locally, Republican Mark Waits is looking to keep his Board of Supervisors seat against Democrat Dean Kaster and Libertarian Jonathan Hart.
LIVE RESULTS: The Daily Iowegian will provide live results coverage online at www.dailyiowegian.com beginning at 9 p.m. Find results of local, state and federal races all in one convenient place. Following the conclusion of vote counting, the Daily Iowegian will also be home to a full election night recap. Thursday’s Daily Iowegian will also feature in-depth coverage from the election.
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