Special Election - Roland-Story CSD

Special Election for Roland-Story CSD to fill vacancy - February 14, 2023

2021 Election Law Changes


Election Day Information

Polling times: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Polling locations:  two vote centers will be used for this election.  Any voter in the school district may vote at either location.  All voters will vote in Story County regardless of county of residence.

  • Roland - Roland Public Library, 221 N. Main Street
  • Story City - Harvest Evangelical Free Church, 524 River Hills Drive

As of January 1, 2019, identification is required at the polling place. More information is available here.

Sample Ballot


Voter Registration

The voter pre-registration deadline is Monday, January 30, at 5 p.m. (Voter Registration Form)

Register online via the Iowa DOT (for voters with an Iowa driver’s license or Iowa non-operator ID)
Download a paper version of the registration form
Check your registration status (Iowa Secretary of State website)

New registrants after the deadline -- including on Election Day -- will follow Election Day Registration procedures. Proof of identity and proof of residence will be required.

Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting (in-person)

Voting in the Auditor's Office begins Wednesday, January 25, and will be available during regular business hours until 4:30 p.m., Monday, February 13.  Regular business hours in the Auditor's Office are 8 am - 4:30 pm.  On deadline dates, the office is open until 5 pm.  Go to the Story County Administration Building, Auditor's Office, 2nd Floor. 
As of July 1, 2020, identification is required of registered voters when casting an in-person absentee ballot.

Absentee Voting (by mail)

The first day that ballots will be mailed is Wednesday, January 25 . The last day to request a mailed ballot is Monday, January 30. The request must be received in the Auditor’s Office by 5 p.m. that day. On the request form, mark "Special" under type of election, and fill in the election date (02/14/2023) in the proper area.

Returning Your Mailed Absentee Ballot

By Mail. A return envelope is provided with pre-paid postage.  All ballots must be received in the Auditor's Office by the close of polls on Election Day in order to be considered for counting.

In Person. You or a member of your household or immediate family may deliver your ballot to the Auditor's Office up until 8 p.m. on Election Day (Tuesday, February 14). Completed ballots may not be dropped off or used at polling locations.

By Delivery Agent. Disabled voters ONLY may designate someone else to mail or deliver the voted ballot. The instructions included in your mailed absentee ballot packet include a receipt, if you choose to designate a delivery agent.

Absentee Forms and Information

DOMESTIC VOTERS
Absentee Request Form - DOMESTIC voters
Absentee Voting Information (Iowa Secretary of State)
Track Your Absentee Ballot (Iowa Secretary of State)

MILITARY or OVERSEAS VOTERS
Absentee Request Form - MILITARY or OVERSEAS voters
Federal Voting Assistance Program

Poll Watching

A poll watcher is a person who has official permission to be at the polling place on election day. Names of prospective poll watchers, along with the designation form, should be submitted to the County Auditor prior to election day.

Poll Watcher’s Guide
Poll Watcher’s Designation Form
Poll Watcher Poster

If you have questions regarding poll watching, please contact the Auditor’s Office or the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office.

Election Results

Unofficial results will be posted here on election night after polls close and results are reported by the precincts.  Results are unofficial until the canvass. The canvass will be held on Wednesday, February 22 at 3:00 p.m.