Clayton County
Elections

Welcome to the Clayton County Elections Website.

The Auditor's Office is responsible for every aspect of conducting an election from voter registration to the final count of the votes. This site is designed to be a resource for residents looking to learn how to vote, find their elected officials, learn about becoming a candidate, or find past or upcoming election information.

Upcoming & Recent Elections

Nov
3
Jun
2

News

Website News Release

February 19, 2021

Clayton County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Jennifer Garms announced that Clayton County voters will soon have a user-friendly website to find all of their election information. The website elections.claytoncountyia.gov officially goes live on Friday, February 19, 2021.

FAQ

Q.

Do I need to show ID to vote?

A.

Beginning January 1, 2019, Iowa voters will be required to show a driver’s license, non-driver’s ID, passport, military ID, veterans ID, Tribal ID or Voter ID Card at the polls before they vote. Voters, starting in 2019, without an ID may cast a provisional ballot or have another registered voter attest to their identity.

Q.

Can I take my absentee ballot to the polls on Election Day and vote there?

A.

Yes. If you have not returned your absentee ballot you may go to your polling place on Election Day and vote a regular ballot.

Clayton County Voter Registration

Updated May 1, 2021
Republican
3,784
No Party
3,506
Democratic
2,929
Other
63
Total Registered Voters: 10,282
This webpage was printed on May 15, 2021. For the most current election-related information, visit the Clayton County, Iowa, Elections website at https://elections.claytoncountyia.gov.
powered by Neapolitan Labs