Lee County, Iowa - Primary Election Information. An election in which voters in a jurisdiction select candidates for a subsequent election (nominating primary).


  Lee County Primary Election Information

Primary Election - an election by the members of various political parties for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for public office, with the exception of the President/Vice President.

Primary Elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in June in each even numbered year. 

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 Currently, Iowa has two main political parties:
The Democratic Party
The Republican Party

UNOFFICIAL Election Results - Primary Election June 3, 2014
View The Democratic Returns
View The Republican Returns


Polling locations are as follows:
City of Fort Madison
Map of Fort Madison Wards
City of Keokuk
Map of Keokuk Wards
Townships/Small Towns

Polls are open from 7:00 A.M. until 9:00 P.M. 


Resources:
Am I Registered To Vote In Iowa?
Iowa Secretary of State - Find Your Polling Place
Election / Voter Registration Forms
  Application for Absentee Ballot
  Voter Registration & Absentee Form for Military / Overseas
  Voter Registration Form - Return this to Lee County Auditor
Election Day Voter Registration Guide
Election Presentations from ISACA (IA State Association of County Auditors)
First Time Voter Information Guide
Voter Registration Information - Iowa Secretary of State
Information for Candidates

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