Mobile App Will Help General Election Voters Know “WhereUVote” in Clinton County

October 2, 2020

CLINTON – Clinton County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Eric Van Lancker announced “WhereUVote IA – Clinton County” mobile device app has been updated with information for the November 3, 2020, General Election.

“The WhereUVote Clinton County app will be a great tool for those who want to vote on Election Day especially since we reduced the number of polling locations for this election due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Van Lancker said.

The free mobile app assists Clinton County voters to know where and when they can vote for the General Election. “WhereUVote IA - Clinton County” was developed by Evil Twin Software. The app is available for Apple and Android mobile devices. The app is found in respective app stores.  A link to download the app can also be found at www.clintoncountyelections.com.

“We made sure the app was updated for this election because some voters will need to vote at a location where we traditionally don’t conduct elections in Clinton County,” Van Lancker explained. “Because of the pandemic, some polling locations have been consolidated and to larger facilities that have more space to accommodate social distancing.”

“The WhereUVote Clinton County app also provides information about where and when voters can vote before Election Day,” Van Lancker said. “This mobile app will also allow voters to review sample ballots.”

Voters can keep up with the latest Clinton County Election happenings by following @voteclintoncoia on Facebook and Twitter.

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