How do I find a sample ballot for the current election?

Your residential address determines what ballot you will receive. You may find your sample ballot by using our Elections Look-up Tool. The Linn County Election Services office has the sample ballots set up in this manner so the data is easy to find and less confusing for our users. Sample ballot styles can vary in number by the complexity of the election.

Linn County Elections Look-up Tool

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1. How do I find my polling place?
2. How do I find a sample ballot for the current election?
3. Who are my government representatives?
4. Does your office have precinct maps?
5. Do I have to vote according to the party affiliation on my voter registration?
6. If I miss the Pre-registration Deadline, can I still vote?
7. Can I use the Election Day Registration process at your office and then go to the polls on Election Day?
8. Can I use the Election Day Registration process and vote at your office?
9. What types of elections are held in Linn County?
10. Is the Linn County Elections Office responsible for the caucus?
11. Why can’t I vote in a Primary Election if I am an Independent or No Party?
12. Does Linn County have instant runoff elections?
13. Does Linn County have recall elections?
14. How can the form of city government be changed?
15. How can the form of county government be changed?