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KWWL.com Extra: Election resources

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by Jenn Jarvis

BREMER COUNTY (KWWL) -- Early voting starts this week in Iowa, but with the recent natural disasters, many polling places have changed and many people are displaced.

If you have questions, check out the Secretary of State web site. You can check to see if you're registered to vote, find out what you need to register and request an absentee ballot.

If you have specific questions, contact your County Auditor. You can find a link below.

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Cedar

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Clayton

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Linn

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What do I need to register to vote?

If you register before Oct. 25, you only need to know your address and either your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social security number. If you register after that day, including Election Day, you need a photo ID and proof of your current address such as a pay check or utility bill.

If I was displaced during the flood, where do I vote?

If you are living in temporary housing, you can still vote in your old precinct. But, check to see if your polling location has changed. If you have permanently moved to a new location you need to change your address, or if you're in a new county, you need to register to vote in that county.

How can I register to vote?

You can register when you renew your driver's license, at the County Auditor's office or on election day.

Click here to see if you are registered to vote.

Click here to register for an absentee ballot.

Online Reporter: Jenn Jarvis

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