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111 days left until the General Election and the absentee requests are already pouring into our office. Since last Monda...
07/15/2020

111 days left until the General Election and the absentee requests are already pouring into our office. Since last Monday (the first day we could accept requests) we have received 117 requests for absentee ballots.

If you would like to vote absentee for the General Election, the form can be found athttps://www.madisoncoia.us/offices/auditor/forms/absenteeballotapp.pdf

You can drop off your completed form to our office, or mail it to the address below:

Madison County Auditor
PO Box 152
Winterset IA 50273

We will start mailing ballots on October 5th to those that have sent in requests.

07/15/2020
Two bills were passed by the General Assembly that impact the General Election filing period. For the 2020 General Elect...
07/08/2020
General Election

Two bills were passed by the General Assembly that impact the General Election filing period.

For the 2020 General Election only, the following non-partisan offices can file through Wednesday, August 26th at 5:00pm
-County Hospital Trustee
-Township Trustee

This change does not alter the filing deadline for County Ag Extension and Soil and Water Commissioner, which remains Wednesday, August 26th at 5:00pm.

https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/electioninfo/general/index.html

General Election Filing Periods The filing periods for the November 3, 2020, General Election are: President/Vice President: July 27, 2020 - August 14, 2020 (5:00 p.m.) U.S. Senate, U.S. Rep and State Office: February 24 – March 13, 2020 (5:00 p.m.) County Office: March 2 – March 20, 2020 (5:00 ...

You can now start requesting an absentee ballot for the November 3, 2020 General Election. Check out https://www.madison...
07/06/2020

You can now start requesting an absentee ballot for the November 3, 2020 General Election. Check outhttps://www.madisoncoia.us/offices/auditor/forms/absenteeballotapp.pdf
All requests must be received in our office by 5:00pm on October 24, 2020. You can mail your completed form to our office:
PO Box 152
Winterset IA 50273

We will start mailing ballots to voters that have submitted requests on Monday, October 5, 2020.

07/01/2020
Official Primary Election Results
06/09/2020

Official Primary Election Results

Absentee Ballots are still rolling in today via mail....
06/03/2020

Absentee Ballots are still rolling in today via mail....

06/03/2020

Thats a wrap on Primary Election Day in Madison County! Thank you to all our amazing poll workers that made this day possible. We appreciate you all more than you will ever know. Thank you to all the Madison County voters, what an amazing turnout for this election!

Absentee ballots postmarked by June 1st can still be counted as long as we receive them in the mail by noon on June 8th. We still have more than 300 ballots not returned. Results could still change.

Tonight's results are unofficial and will not be official until after the canvass of results on June 9th.

Unofficial Results - all precincts reporting
06/03/2020

Unofficial Results - all precincts reporting

Unofficial Results-consolidated Winterset precinct only
06/03/2020

Unofficial Results-consolidated Winterset precinct only

Unofficial Results - Absentee Ballots
06/03/2020

Unofficial Results - Absentee Ballots

3 hours left to vote in the Primary Election! Polls close at 9:00pm. Find your polling location at https://sos.iowa.gov/...
06/02/2020

3 hours left to vote in the Primary Election! Polls close at 9:00pm. Find your polling location at https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterreg/pollingplace/search.aspx
If you have an absentee ballot that needs turned in, you can drop it off at the courthouse until 9:00 tonight. Courthouse entry is limited to the east doors.

06/01/2020
05/30/2020

There are currenly 660 absentee ballots that have not been sent back to our office by voters. Last day to postmark your ballot for the Primary Election is Monday, June 1st.

It's a beautiful morning at the Madison County Courthouse. The Farmers Market will be opening soon AND we are open for A...
05/30/2020

It's a beautiful morning at the Madison County Courthouse. The Farmers Market will be opening soon AND we are open for Absentee voting. Our office is open 7a-3p today, stop by and vote or drop off your voted ballot.

The Auditor's Office will be open this Saturday, May 30th from 7:00am - 3:00pm for Primary Election Absentee Voting. Cou...
05/28/2020

The Auditor's Office will be open this Saturday, May 30th from 7:00am - 3:00pm for Primary Election Absentee Voting. Courthouse entry is through the east doors. You can stop in and vote or drop off your voted ballot.

Q: What happens to my voted ballot when it gets back to the Auditor's Office?A: Your ballot remains in the sealed return...
05/27/2020

Q: What happens to my voted ballot when it gets back to the Auditor's Office?

A: Your ballot remains in the sealed return envelope and is stamped received and marked in the statewide voter system as a returned ballot. It is then placed in a locked ballot box (with a temper evident seal) where it remains in your sealed return envelope with your signature until the Absentee Board convenes on Monday, June 1st. At that time, the team will begin opening the envelopes. On Tuesday, June 2nd the ballots will be counted by our Absentee team with our ballot counting machine, at that time results will be tallied. Absentee ballots are NOT counted until Election Day. The County Auditor and the Chair of the Absentee Board will reconcile ballot numbers to ensure the number of sealed envelopes given to the Absentee team matches the number of ballots run through the ballot counting machine on Election Day.

Today we successfully completed the testing of our election equipment that will be used at the polling locations on Prim...
05/22/2020

Today we successfully completed the testing of our election equipment that will be used at the polling locations on Primary Election Day. All the machines tested today balanced exactly with the test deck! Election Day is less than 2 weeks away. Tomorrow (Friday) is the last day to request a mailed absentee ballot, deadline is 5:00pm.

05/18/2020
www.madisoncoia.us

To Date: 2,012 Madison County voters (17.31% of registered voters) have requested absentee ballots for the Primary Election.

Democrats: 1005
Republicans: 1007

Of those 2,012, we have received 876 voted ballots back to our office.

Democrats: 426
Republicans: 450

This is the last week to request a ballot to be mailed to your home. We must have the request in our office by 5:00pm on Friday, May 22nd in order to mail you a ballot.

The request form is available athttps://madisoncoia.us/offices/auditor/forms/absenteeballotapp.pdf

Absentee Ballot Reminder - Voters MUST sign the Voter's Affidavit (yellow box) on the outside of their return envelope f...
05/12/2020

Absentee Ballot Reminder - Voters MUST sign the Voter's Affidavit (yellow box) on the outside of their return envelope for the ballot to be counted.

05/11/2020

Fact for Today: More people have requested absentee ballots for this election, than we have had in total voter turnout in the past four Primary Elections!!

Voter Turnout by Primary Election:
2012 Primary - 897
2014 Primary - 1410
2016 Primary - 1204
2018 Primary - 1343

Today our office received 280 voted ballots back!! We also received 244 new requests for ballots to be mailed. To date our office has proceesed 1585 absentee ballot requests for the Primary Election, 13.7% of registered voters in Madison County have now requested absentee ballots.

Requests by Political Party:
Democrats = 798
Republicans = 787

Keep sending in your absentee requests, you have until May 22, 2020 to request your ballot be mailed to your home!

In person absentee voting is available in the courthouse Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.

05/06/2020
www.madisoncoia.us

As of today, our office has processed 1,130 absentee requests for the June 2nd Primary Election. To date, 9.73% of registered voters in Madison County have requested absentees for this election.

Requests by Politcal Party:
Democrats = 584
Republicans = 546

There is still time to have your ballot mailed to you! The deadline is May 22nd. For the request form check out
https://www.madisoncoia.us/offices/auditor/forms/absenteeballotapp.pdf

Send your signed request to PO Box 152, Winterset IA 50273

In person absentee voting for the June 2nd Primary Election starts tomorrow in the Courthouse! The Elections office will...
05/04/2020

In person absentee voting for the June 2nd Primary Election starts tomorrow in the Courthouse! The Elections office will be open 8am-4:30pm. Please enter the courthouse through the east doors and follow the signs.

Ballots can still be requested by mail until
May 22nd. If you want your ballot mailed, please send in your absentee request form.

Although our elections office is open, we are still not processing passports in the Auditors Office at this time as they have not resumed operations at the National Passport Processing Centers.

Wow!! Our office received 276 absentee ballot request forms from our voters today!! If one of these requests was from yo...
05/01/2020

Wow!! Our office received 276 absentee ballot request forms from our voters today!! If one of these requests was from you, your ballot will be arriving at your home in just a few short days!!

Address

112 N John Wayne Drive
Winterset, IA
50273

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 09:00 - 16:30

Telephone

+15154623914

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