I'm running for Ames City Council in Ward 3, where I live. That's basically West/Southwest Ames. Unfortunately, you have to live in this ward to vote for me. But you should vote in the city election even if you can't vote for me!
- General information on voting in the November 7 city election
- Click here to enter your address and find your polling location. If you live on the border between precincts, the map below won't help you much - use the link here instead.
- Not sure if you're registered to vote at your current Ames residence? Go to the polling location for your residential address and bring (1) an identification card, like a driver's or student ID, and (2) proof of your residence, like a utility bill, cellphone bill, or lease. Then you can get registered and vote, all at the same time. See the full election-day registration rules for details.
- You can change your voter registration address as much as you want - but of course you can only be registered and vote at one address at a time. Student citizens, this includes you! You're perfectly free to register and vote in Ames if you live here, even if you don't live here all of the year, and even if you plan to move away later.
- All Ames voting/polling locations are open 7am - 8pm on election day.
- Map of all Ames wards and voting precincts (not just Ward 3)
The map below shows Ward 3 in orange, divided into 5 precincts. Each precinct has its own voting location:
|Precinct||Polling Location (Click for Map)|
|3-1||Green Hills Retirement Community 2205 Green Hills Dr.|
|3-2||Ames Middle School, Room B111A 3915 Mortensen Road|
|3-3||Collegiate United Methodist Church 2622 Lincoln Way|
|3-4||Hilton Garden Inn 1325 Dickinson Ave|
|3-5||St. Andrews Lutheran Church 209 Colorado Ave|