November 5, 2019 City & School Election
Turnout by City and School District


City Registered voters
(as of 11/2/19)
Polls Absentee Total Voters Turnout
Coralville 12,525 1,089 215 1,304 10.41%
Hills 545 113 12 125 22.94%
Iowa City 47,814 5,393 1,599 6,992 14.62%
Lone Tree 877 264 9 273 31.13%
North Liberty 11,820 1,101 229 1,330 11.25%
Oxford 511 184 10 194 37.96%
Shueyville 510 49 3 52 10.20%
Solon 1,754 601 41 642 36.60%
Swisher 632 72 6 78 12.34%
Tiffin 2,413 449 46 495 20.51%
University Heights 853 310 72 382 44.78%
West Branch 81 14 8 22 27.16%
Subtotal- cities only 80,335 9,639 2,250 11,889 14.80%
Unincorporated 14,840 1,330 272 1,602 10.80%
Total 95,175 10,969 2,522 13,491 14.17%
           
School District Registered voters
(as of 11/2/19)
Polls Absentee Total Voters Turnout
Clear Creek Amana 8,237 965 138 1,103 13.39%
College Community 2,891 203 35 238 8.23%
Highland 89 5 0 5 5.62%
Iowa City 75,843 8,220 2,201 10,421 13.74%
Lisbon 84 8 0 8 9.52%
Lone Tree 1,498 354 24 378 25.23%
Mid-Prairie 876 52 9 61 6.96%
Mt. Vernon 4 0 0 0 0.00%
Solon 5,046 1,123 102 1,225 24.28%
West Branch 546 37 12 49 8.97%
West Liberty 29 1 0 1 3.45%
Williamsburg 32 1 1 2 6.25%
Total 95,175 10,969 2,522 13,491 14.17%


Turnout figures are for Johnson County voters only and do not include voters from other counties. If making comparisons to past school elections, note that historic election returns on this site for the Clear Creek Amana, Lone Tree, and Solon school districts include voters from other counties.

Because this is the first combined city and school election, it is a judgment call as to whether turnout by city can be fairly compared to past city elections. Turnout in the cities of Solon and Tiffin exceeded past city election records. North Liberty also saw higher turnout than any past stand-alone city election, though turnout was higher in a city special election that was combined with the 2014 general election. (City special elections may no longer be combined with general elections.)

Registration totals are for active status voters as of Saturday, November 2, the date electronic poll books were updated, and do not include election day registrations.

Elections Office
Phone: 319-356-6004
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Elections Deputy
Bogdana Velterean
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Address
Johnson County Auditor’s Office
Administration Building
913 S. Dubuque St. Suite 101
Iowa City, IA 52240

Phone: 319-356-6004
Fax: 319-356-6086

Office Hours
Monday – Friday
7:45 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.



Bus Route
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