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Absentee voting kicks off for Lee Co. city and school election

LEE COUNTY, IA (WGEM) – Absentee voting kicked off Monday for Lee County’s first combined school and city election.

State lawmakers made the change last year.

Lee County Auditor Denise Fraise said the goal was to increase voter turnout.

“These are typically small-turnout elections so I think that’s what their intention was to make the turnout better,” Fraise said. “And we’ve already seen an uptick in the voter requests for ballots.”

Voters can cast their ballot in person at the county auditor’s office in Fort Madison or at the Lee County courthouse in Keokuk up until the day before the election.

Voters requesting their ballot through the mail need to make the request by October 25.

You can find the sample ballot for your town here:

KEOKUK

 

FORT MADISON

 

MONTROSE

If you are on the WGEM Mobile app and cannot see any of the ballots, click here.

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Blake Sammann

Blake Sammann is a reporter and weekend anchor at WGEM News.

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