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***Rumors are swirling Iowa about polling location closures and changes. We’ve contacted the county auditors in Iowa to find out what is actually happening in their county.***
Clayton County Auditor Jennifer Garms said that her county will have 10 polling places open on election day. Typically during a Presidential election, there are 14.
Garms said she has not had to notify voters of any changes in their polling place locations and she is not planning on any changes.
Clayton County has enough poll workers to administer the election, but Garms said she could use a few extra and is working to fill the gaps.
Voters can find their polling place at this website.
Iowans can sign up to be poll workers here.