The League of Women Voters takes a nonpartisan approach to politics. We have Board Members who are Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. We focus on issues, especially those concerning the right to vote.
A Statement from our State League
"On February 8, 2017, the LWVIA Board approved the following:
"The League of Women Voters of Iowa believes voting is a right, not a privilege. We support free, fair and accessible elections, and believe that no person or group should face legal, economic or administrative discrimination. We oppose any form of voting restrictions, while continuing the dialogue to improve Iowa’s voting process."
Black Hawk County Auditor's Office
Look here for a review of the most recent changes to Iowa's Voting Laws, contact information, and lots of links to answer your questions about voting.
State of Iowa
Dates to Remember for Upcoming Elections,
Polls are open 7:00 a.m. till 9:00 p.m. on November 5
Iowa House and Senate
Need to find contact information on someone serving in the Legislature in Des Moines?
List of Legislators in the Iowa House
Here is a list of our Black Hawk Legislators in the Iowa House:
Once you locate the legislator you're looking for, notice that when you hover above his or her name in the list, you see a picture of the legislator. Clicking on his or her name takes you to a page with more complete information about that person, including committee assignments, contact information, and a chance to sign up for a newsletter.
Two Great resources for voters
Looking for a digital copy of our List of Elected Officials?
Look above: the Bremer County Brochure 2020 is the list for Bremer County.
The Black Hawk County Brochure 2020 is the list for Black Hawk County.
Resources from the Secretary of State
https://sos.iowa.gov/ Home page
Beginning in 2018, precinct officials will ask pre-registered voters to provide one of the following valid forms of identification:
-Iowa driver’s license
-Iowa non-operator ID card
-U.S. military ID
-U.S. veteran ID
-Iowa Voter ID PIN card
The Iowa Voter ID PIN card is new in 2018, and is provided automatically by the county auditor to each voter who does not have either an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator ID. If you have a question about the Iowa Voter Identification Card, contact your county auditor. During 2018, a voter who is pre-registered in his or her precinct and who does not have a valid form of identification may sign an Oath of Identification to prove identity.
There is a lot of information about voting with disabilities.
Finally, if you have a friend who THINKS he or she is registered to vote, but isn't sure....they can now search the database. https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterreg/RegToVote/search.aspx
Last updated August 22, 2021