- Johnson County results, summary of all contests
- Johnson County results by precinct for all contests
- Complete District Results for Clear Creek Amana including Iowa County, and Lone Tree School including Louisa County
(Note: Solon School District had zero Linn County voters)
- Early voting statistics
- Early voting and satellite schedule
- List of city candidates and ballot issues
- List of school candidates and issues
- Candidate forums
In 2017, the Legislature revised Iowa's election schedule. The city and school elections have been combined in November of odd-numbered years, and there will no longer be a separate school election in September of odd years,
Dates and Deadlines
- July 8: First day to request mailed absentee ballot
- August 12 - 29: Filing period for Iowa City and University Heights city candidates. File with Auditor's Office.
- August 26 - September 19:
- Filing period for school candidates. File with school board secretary (NOT with our office)
- Filing period for all cities other than Iowa City and University Heights. File with Auditor's Office
- September 2: Labor Day, office closed
- October 7: First day for voting at Auditor's Office. Voting available weekdays 7:45 to 5:30. First day to send mailed ballots.
- October 8: City primary day; primary was NOT needed in Iowa City or University Heights
- October 14: County does not observe federal Columbus Day holiday; office open
- October 25: Pre-registration deadline and mailed absentee ballot request deadline for November 5 election, 5 PM. Voters may still register after this date using the election day registration procedure. In-person early voting is still available after this date.
- November 4: Last day for in-person early voting at Auditor's Office, 7:45 to 5:30 PM. Postmark deadline for mailed absentee ballots.
- November 5: Election Day. Polls open 7 AM to 8 PM. There are no longer separate school precincts, and nearly all voters will vote at their regular general election polling places. Exceptions.
- Cedar Township will vote with Big Grove at the Solon Public Library rather than the Fire Station
- Coralville 1 will vote with Coralville 4 at the Coralville Public Library rather than City Hall.
Voter ID will be required for election day voters. The "oath" option that was in effect for 2018 general election has expired.
- More on Voter ID law