Polling Places - General Information
Johnson County does not own or operate the majority of the buildings utilized as polling
places and relies on community support to provide usage of space.
Click here to view your sample ballot and to confirm your polling place. Sample ballots are posted 20 days prior to election day.
Polling Places for 2015
Spring Primary Polling Locations (PDF)
Look up your voting location
KNOW BEFORE YOU GOPolling Places are subject to change with each election.
Please verify your polling location before each election.
Selecting Polling Places
The following criteria are always considered; however, not always obtainable:
- Availability - Permission from property owner, Limited cost to the tax payers
- Capacity - Size of the room being used, Access to voting area, Parking
- Proximity - Location within reason
Assigning Polling Places
The number of registered voters in a precinct/voting area determines the assignment of an approved polling place that will accommodate the voters based on its capacity and proximity to the area.
Voter turnout fluctuates based on the type of election:
- Small elections require fewer polling places. Therefore, we consolidate voting areas to reduce the cost to tax payers.
- Countywide elections require more polling places.
- Presidential elections require the most polling places in order to accommodate the increased number of voters.
Polling Place Restrictions
Suggest a Site or Host a Site
If you wish to recommend a specific location as a polling place or if you are interested
in allowing your facility or business to be utilized as a polling place, please e-mail us
Last Updated: February 27, 2015 2:25 PM