Cedar Falls Mayoral and City Council Run-off Election: Tuesday, November 30
Cedar Falls residents will vote in run-off elections for Mayor and City Council Ward 3 on Tuesday, Nov. 30. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Find your polling place at sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterreg/pollingplace/search.aspx. You will need to present a photo ID or an Iowa Voter Identification Card. See voterready.iowa.gov for details.
You can update your voter registration or register for the first time on Election Day. In order to do so, you will need:
Acceptable IDs are listed at sos.iowa.gov/elections/voterinformation/edr.html, but they include an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator ID, out-of-state driver’s license or non-operator ID, and UNI student IDs.
Proof of Residence
If your photo ID does not include your current address, you will need a paper or electronic document to prove where you live. You can provide such proof via MyUNIverse and the UNI app:
If you requested an absentee ballot ...
Remember that it must be received inside the county auditor’s office before polls close at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30. (It is no longer enough to have the ballot postmarked on election day--it must be received in the auditor’s office before polls close). You may wish to drop off your absentee ballot at your county auditor’s office. If voting in Black Hawk County, there is a dropbox outside of the Black Hawk County Courthouse at 316 E. Fifth Street in Waterloo.
NISG co-sponsored forums with Cedar Falls and Waterloo mayoral and city council candidates.
- You can find the Cedar Falls candidate forums at youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_-8LPWbxe7l_p-l-5FnMMPkkAzKG07hd.
The League of Women Voters for Black Hawk and Bremer Counties sponsored candidate forums for Cedar Falls and Waterloo mayoral and city council candidates, as well as Cedar Falls School Board candidates.
#PanthersVote is a unified, nonpartisan campaign to increase student participation in elections. It’s led by the Northern Iowa Student Government (NISG) and university chapters of the American Democracy Project (ADP) and Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) along with the department of political science and UNI Athletics.
UNI has a strong tradition of civic engagement. Our student voting rate during the 2016 presidential election was second-highest in the nation, and the highest voter turnout of any Iowa public university in 2018. While voting is only one way students can impact society, it’s an important one. We encourage all students to let their voice be heard by casting a ballot.