Auditor offices around Iowa were open Saturday to give folks a chance to cast their absentee ballots for the June 3rd primaries.
We checked in with Cerro Gordo County officials who say they had seen about five voters by midday.
County auditors in our area are busy getting ready for the primary elections on Tuesday. They say there are a few changes for this election that they want to make sure voters aware of.
“You need to vote in the precinct that you live in. If you have any questions about what precinct you live, call the auditors office. The other thing unique to this election is because it’s a primary election, you have to declare your party for the party ballot you wish to vote for on Tuesday,” explains Deputy Auditor Sandy Shonka.
If you have requested an absentee ballot in the mail, you have to either have that post marked by the 2nd of June or you can drop your ballot off at the auditors office on Monday of next week.