Election day is tomorrow, Nov. 6. Polling sites in Hamilton County are split by precincts and are as follows:
Webster City first precinct may vote at the Webster City Fire Station southwest entrance, 919 Superior St., Webster City.
The second precinct of Webster City can vote at St. Paul's Lutheran Church west entrance, 1005 Beach St., Webster City.
The third precinct of Webster City and a portion of Cass Township surrounded on all sides by the corporate limits of Webster City can vote at the First Baptist east entrance, 543 Division St., Webster City.
Residents of precinct 1, which includes Kamrar, Cass Township, Freedom Township, Fremont Township and Independence Township may cast their votes at the Trinity Lutheran Church activity room from the east entrance, 1229 Kathy Lane in Webster City.
Residents of precinct 2, which includes Blairsburg, Williams, Blairsburg Township, Liberty Township and Williams Township may cast their vote at Blairsburg City Hall, 516 Lake St., Blairsburg.
Residents of precinct 3, which includes Stanhope, Stratford, Clear Lake Township, Hamilton Township, Marion Township and Webster Township may vote at the Stanhope community building, 600 Main St., Stanhope.
Residents of precinct 4, which includes Jewell, Randall, Ellsworth Township and Lyon Township may vote at the South Hamilton High School main entrance, 315 Division St., Jewell.
Residents of precinct 5, which includes Ellsworth, Lincoln Township, Rose Grove Township and Scott Township may cast their votes at the Ellsworth community center west entrance, 1724 DeSota St., Ellsworth.
Polling places can be found via an address search from the Iowa Secretary of State's website at sos.iowa.gov/elections/ and that page also has online verification of voter registration.
Voters can register at the polls. If a voter does not have an Iowa driver's license, an Iowa non-driver ID, an out of state driver's license or non-driver ID, U.S. Passport, military ID, an ID card issued by an employer or student ID issued by an Iowa high school or college are acceptable.
If a photo ID does not have one's current address, a residential lease, utility bill including a cell phone bill, a bank statement, paycheck or government check or document may be used to verify one's address. A nonregistered voter can also have another voter in his or her precinct attest their identity and address. Both the nonregistered voter and the attester must sign an oath swearing the statements being made are true.