Think your vote doesn't count?
These numbers don't lie.
Democratic candidates lost by these margins in Winneshiek County races during the last 10 years. Every vote counts. Make sure that you know how you're going to cast your ballot this year.
Request your absentee ballot BY OCTOBER 14th.
1. Download the PDF.
2. Fill it out completely.*
3. Mail or return it to the Auditor's Office or courthouse drop box:
Winneshiek County Auditor
201 W. Main St.
After you receive and return your ballot, check this link again to make sure your ballot was received by the auditor's office!
Vote Early in person!
From October 5th through October 30th, you can
vote early at the courthouse Mon-Fri from 8am-4pm.
You can also vote early at the courthouse two Saturdays in October from 8am-5pm:
Saturday, October 24th
Saturday, October 31st
It's so helpful to campaigns to get your vote cast early, so they can focus on voters who are less likely to turn out.
But if you insist on voting in person on November 3rd, make a plan:
Think about when you're going to arrive at your polling place. Budget more time than you think you'll need!