Iowa's primary polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m statewide on Tuesday, June 3.
Secretary of State Matt Schultz is reminding voters "to take full advantage of their right to vote by registering to vote and casting a ballot. Every vote counts and it’s important that Iowans participate to make sure their voices are heard.”
If Iowans have not yet registered to vote, they may use election day registration procedures to vote and cast a ballot.
If Iowans want to see if they are registered voters or find their polling place, they can do so through the "Am I Registered to Vote" feature on the Iowa Secretary of State's website.
Iowans can also download the Iowa Secretary of State's app called Iowa SOS which is available for both Android and Apple devices.
The app allows Iowans to check voter registration, fill out the official voter registration form, find their polling place, request and track an absentee ballot, set calendar or email reminders for upcoming elections, report voter fraud, and contact the local County Auditors and Secretary of State's offices.