Cedar Rapids Public Libraries as Voting Precincts
After redistricting following the 2020 census, the Downtown Library is Precinct 36 and Ladd Library is Precinct 41.
Polling places are open on Election Day from 7 am-8 pm, including the library precincts. Regular library services will be available during our normal business hours, 9 am-8 pm.
Linn County Election Services
The Linn County Auditor’s office is at Linn County Elections Services, 935 Second St. SW, Cedar Rapids. They can be reached by phone at (319) 892-5300. Hours are 8 am-5 pm, Monday to Friday, except holidays. They have additional information and frequently asked questions on their website.
Use your address to look up where to vote and find sample ballots.
Register to vote
In Iowa, you can register to vote or update your registration in four basic ways:
Through the Iowa Department of Transportation when obtaining an Iowa driver license or nondriver ID
Download a registration form and send it through the mail to Linn County Election Services.
In person at the Auditor's Office.
If you are new to Linn County or missed the pre-registration deadline, it is still possible to register and vote on election day. You will need to show proof of ID and residence. Learn more.
If you live outside Linn County or have additional questions about voting, visit the Iowa Secretary of State’s website.
Voters on election day will be asked to provide ID to vote. These are the valid forms of ID:
Iowa Voter Identification Card (needs to be signed)
Iowa Driver's License
Iowa Non-Operator ID
U.S. Military ID or Veteran ID
Tribal ID Card/Document
A voter without one of the above forms of ID may have their identity verified by another registered voter in the precinct. Learn more.