Information on this page is specific to Clayton County, Iowa. If you do not live in Clayton County, Iowa, you need to contact the jurisdiction where you live to get a voter card.
When you register to vote or change your registration, our office produces a new voter card for you. We also mail new voter cards to voters whose polling places or other information changes.
Each voter card will include a reply card you may use to make any corrections. If all your information is correct, do not return the card. If you need to change your name, address, phone number or party affiliation, simply make the corrections, sign the card, and mail it to our office. Within two weeks you should receive another new voter card with the corrected information.
We cannot accept changes over the phone or by email, since Iowa law requires a signature.
If you do not receive a card within two weeks, or if a card arrives in your mailbox for someone who is deceased or no longer lives at your address, please contact our office at 563-245-1106.
Voter Cards & Voting
Voter cards are provided for reference and information purposes and to allow you a chance to correct possible errors. Iowa voters are required to show an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator ID, U.S. passport, U.S. military ID or veteran’s ID, tribal ID/document or Iowa voter ID card at the polls before they vote.