Voting

Supermajority for bonds goes back to 1930s

IOWA CITY — For more than 80 years, Iowa counties, cities and school districts have needed 60 percent of the vote — as opposed to a s ... »

Voting won't be the last questions for some Iowans on Election Day

CEDAR RAPIDS — For some Iowa voters, deciding between Joni Ernst and Bruce Braley won't be the last question they'll be asked on Election Day ... »

Republican team upbeat on Iowa campaign trail

WEST DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad and U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst led an upbeat band of GOP candidates around western Iowa o ... »

Study: Young voters need to show up on Election Day

Young voters could have a decisive impact in Iowa’s U.S. Senate Race, according to a new study by the Center for Information and Research on ... »

Political parties intensify focus on early voting

DES MOINES — Iowa Republicans celebrated last week, calling it an “historic milestone” when, for the first known time, they en ... »

Absentee, early votes big part of Senate campaign strategy in Iowa

DAVENPORT — In 2010, more than 400,000 Iowa voters who were part of the record-breaking effort to elect Barack Obama two years earlier decide ... »

Secretary of State candidate wants to improve voting access for military

DES MOINES — The Democratic candidate seeking to be Iowa's next secretary of state offered three changes to Iowa voting laws Thursday that he ... »