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Election officials give voters last-minute reminders before election

It decision time in the Tri-States with elections in Southeast Iowa and Missouri Tuesday.

This is the first time Lee County, Iowa residents are voting in a combined city and school election since lawmakers made the change last year.

The Lee County Auditors Office said they’ve seen higher than usual early and absentee voting with just over a thousand ballots already in.

Election officials say if you’re not registered to vote yet, you can register at your polling place.

“You’ll need proof of identity, so a drivers license,” Lee County Election Deputy Nikki Sugars said. “If it doesn’t have your current address on your drivers license you’ll need proof of your current address which could be a utility bill in your name.”

Even if you’re already registered, Sugars said you’ll still need a drivers license, non-operator ID or voter PIN card to cast your ballot.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m..

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Blake Sammann

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

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