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​​LINN COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE URGES

ABSENTEE VOTING


CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (March 31, 2020) - The Linn County Elections Office is urging voters to vote with absentee ballots, has sent the following June 2, 2020 elections information to the League of Women Voters Linn County and asks the League to share it with all its contacts.


UPDATES/CHANGES for June 2, 2020, Primary Election in Linn County:
1.   April 13/14:  A mailer requesting an ABSENTEE BALLOT will be sent to all households
2.    April 23: ABSENTEE BALLOTS will be mailed.  All completed absentee ballots must be received in the auditor’s office no later than FRIDAY, MAY 22 at 5:00 pm
3.    May 12/13:  A POSTCARD will be mailed, letting voters know where they can vote (if they choose to do so in person)


Linn County currently has 86 Precincts, but in-person voting on June 2 will only be located at

19 polling sites:
Mount Mercy University Graduate Center 1650 Matterhorn Dr. NE Cedar Rapids 52402

Educational Leadership and Support Center, 2500 Edgewood Rd. NW, Cedar Rapids 52405

Linn County Day Care, 520 11th Street NW,

Fillmore Building, Cedar Rapids 52405

Linn County Community Services Building, 1240 26th Avenue Ct. SW, Cedar Rapids 52404

Kirkwood Community College - Rec Center, 6301 Kirkwood Blvd. SW, Cedar Rapids 52404

Fairfax City Hall, 300 80th Street Ct., Fairfax, 52228

Hiawatha City Hall - Community Center Room 101 Emmons St. Hiawatha 52233

Linn County Harris Building 1020 6th St SE Cedar Rapids 52401

Cedar Rapids Public Library -Ladd Library, 3750 Williams Blvd SW, Cedar Rapids 52404

Marion Public Library 1095 6th Ave Marion 52302

Thomas Park Safe Room, 343 Marion Blvd., Marion  52302

Marion School Administration Building 777 South 15th St. Marion 52302

Lowe Park Arts and Environment Center 4500 N. 10th St. Marion 52302

Mount Vernon City Hall 213 1st St. NW  Mount Vernon 52314

Linn County Public Service Center 935 2nd St. SW  Cedar Rapids 52404

Robins Community Center 265 S. 2nd St. Robins 52328

Springville Memorial Library, 264 Broadway St.  Springville, 52336

Falcon Civic Center, 137 4th St. N, Central City, 52214

Center Point Public Library 720 Main St., Center Point 52213 


Although the Linn County Elections Office is STRONGLY URGING all voters to vote using an absentee ballot, POLL WORKERS are still needed for these 19 sites on election day.

Those people interested should contact: 

Rebecca Stonawski, Deputy Commissioner of Elections, rebecca.stonawski@linncounty.org


The Election Services Physical Address is

935 Second Street SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404.

Phone: 319-892-5300. 


The Election Services office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


The League of Women Voters of Linn County is a non-profit volunteer political organization that neither supports or opposes any candidate or political party, encourages citizen participation in government and is open to anyone 16 years and older.

For Membership information ONLY,

Connect with Abbie Smith at:

abbieasmith@gmail.com

(319) 832-1441

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