September 17, 2021DES MOINES - Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate alerts voters and candidates of a condensed timeline for the upcoming special election in Iowa House District 29. Requests for absentee ballots through the mail must be received by the Jasper County Auditor by Monday, September 27. The candidate filing deadline is Tuesday, September 28.
September 15, 2021The Jasper County Auditor’s office was notified on September 14 that a Special Election would be held for the voters in Jasper County residing in State Rep. 29 district due to a vacancy of this seat. Voters in the precincts of Clear Creek/Poweshiek (Mingo), Colfax, Des Moines (Prairie City), Hickory Grove (Kellogg), Independence/Malaka/Mariposa (Baxter), Mound Prairie/Washington and all of Newton will vote in this Special Election.
August 18, 2021Countywide City/School Election Tuesday, November 2, 2021 All polling places will be open from 7:00am-8:00pm Please watch for notices regarding polling place location. At this time, we have not determined if any locations will be combined.
February 16, 2021PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF MARCH 2, 2021 SPECIAL COUNTYWIDE BOND ELECTION AND SPECIAL BOND ELECTION FOR THE CITY OF MITCHELLVILLE
December 31, 2020In observance of New Year's Day the Jasper County Auditor’s Office will be closed Friday, January 1 and we will return to normal business hours on Monday, January 4. The next regularly scheduled Board Meeting will be held on Monday, January 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM.
December 23, 2020In observance of the Christmas holiday the Jasper County Auditor’s Office will be closed Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25.
October 22, 2020Notice of November 3, 2020 General Election
October 22, 2020Visit us during our Saturday hours for early in-person voting and to register to vote or update your registration.
October 8, 2020Many of you are beginning to receive your Official Absentee Ballots in the mail and we’ve been fielding quite a few questions lately. So, we’d like you to know the following.
September 22, 2020Maybe you didn’t know you needed to be or you don’t know how? Maybe you just keep forgetting or you don’t have the time? Perhaps you recently moved or even changed your name?
September 3, 2020We’ve been fielding quite a few calls about absentee ballots or voting by mail, so we thought we’d share some of the more frequently asked questions and answers with all of you and perhaps we can answer a question for you!