Runoff Election is Tuesday, December 3rd!
Polls will be open 7am-8pm on December 3rd and polling locations will be the same as the general election. Information about absentee voting can be found here!
Can I vote?
Any US Citizen over the age of 18 can register and vote here in Ames! The rule of thumb is "vote where you sleep." Feel free to contact us with any questions about whether you can vote and how to do so!
Where do I vote?
Are you registered to vote?
You're all set! Just show up to your polling location to vote. You will be asked to show an ID at the polls before you vote.
You can show any of the following:
Iowa driver’s license or non-driver ID card
Iowa Voter ID Card ( would have come in the mail after you registered to vote if you do not have an Iowa Drivers License)
U.S. Military ID or veteran’s ID
If you do not have an ID from that list, you can show one of the IDs from the "IDENTITY" election day registration day list. Along with those IDs you will also need to prove residency. See instructions under "RESIDENCY".
No problem! You can register to find voter registration information here. You can also register at the polling location on election day! It is easy, but you will need to prove identity and residency.
Iowa driver's license or non-driver ID card
Out-of-state driver's license or non-driver ID card
U.S. military ID
log onto Access Plus and show the poll worker the “Voter Reg Address tab
bring a piece of mail from where you live that includes your Ames address and your name
Vote for Rachel!
Once you've gotten to the polls and made it to the voting booth make sure to help us make history by voting for Rachel!
Ward Four Map
Ames Ward 4 covers most of Iowa State's campus and a few adjacent neighborhoods. Check below to see if you live in the ward. Remember, any US citizen who is an eligible voter can vote in this election! If you live here you deserve a voice in this election.