Nearly two million Iowans are registered to vote in next Tuesday’s election, and the state’s Commissioner of Elections says many will have to find a new polling place or have to vote in a new district. Iowa’s political maps were re-drawn last year, based on new Census data. That means you’ll be voting in newly configured districts, from supervisor races to congressional contests. Secretary of State Chet Culver, Iowa’s Commissioner of Elections, says half of Iowa’s voters will have a new precinct of district.Voter registration for the upcoming primary closed May 25th and by that deadline day, one-million-nine-hundred-45-thousand-two-hundred-21 Iowans had registered to vote.To find out where your polling place is, there’s a link to the Secretary of State’s website on RadioIowa.com.
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