Iowa election laws have changed. Learn what to know before voting

League of Women Voters will sponsor ‘Ballot Basics: Voting Matters’ lecture series


Voters can learn about changing in the voting laws in an upcoming lecture series. (Andy Abeyta/The Gazette)

IOWA CITY — Election law changes in Iowa mean new procedures for voters to prepare and vote in the 2022 midterm election on Nov. 8.

The League of Women Voters of Johnson County and the Iowa City Public Library will host a program on the new changes at 7 pm Oct. 12 in meeting room A, B, and C at the Iowa City Public Library, 123 S. Linn St.

Early voting in Iowa begins Oct. 19.

The program will be presented by Johnson County Auditor Travis Weipert and Inside Out Reentry Community Coordinator Kati McVay.

The program is the first in a three-part League lecture series. The second and third programs will be held in January and March 2023, according to a news release.

This presentation also will be livestreamed by the Iowa City Public Library on its Facebook page and its YouTube channel.

Rebroadcasts of the presentation will be offered on YouTube.com/TheLibraryChannel and the League’s Facebook page.

The League of Women Voters Johnson County is a nonpartisan political organization founded in 1920 and dedicated to keeping an informed electorate through advocacy and community events.

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