Voting Hours and Locations for 2022 Primary Election

Friday, May 27, 2022

The Cherokee County Auditor’s Office reminds voters that polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 7, 2022 for the Primary Election.

All residents in Iowa must vote in the precinct they live in on Election Day.

Voters are asked to carefully review polling location information as precincts and polling places have changed for many residents.

"The 2020 decennial census and its corresponding redistricting process re-drew legislative boundaries resulting in several polling location changes within Cherokee County.  Boundaries are established for ten years with the new precincts effective on January 15, 2022.”

Polling locations for Cherokee County residents are as follows:

Precinct #1 Cherokee Community Center – Upper Level Auditorium (City of Cherokee Ward 1)

Precinct #2 Cherokee Community Center – Upper Level Auditorium (City of Cherokee Ward 2)

Precinct #3 Cherokee Community Center – Upper Level Auditorium (City of Cherokee Ward 3)

Precinct #4 Cherokee Community Center – Lower Level (Afton, Cedar, Cherokee, Liberty, Spring Townships & City of Larrabee)

Precinct #5 Aurelia Community Center (Diamond, Pilot, Pitcher, Silver Townships & City of Aurelia)

Precinct #6 Quimby Fire Station (Grand Meadow, Rock, Tilden, Willow Townships & Cities of Quimby & Washta)

Precinct #7 Marcus Sawyer Center (Amherst, Marcus, Sheridan Townships & Cities of Cleghorn, Marcus & Meriden)

Call the Cherokee County Auditor’s office for more voting information – 712-225-6705 or verify your voter registration and polling location online at cherokeecounty.iowa.gov

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