DAVENPORT, IOWA (May 17, 2022) — Scott County Auditor Kerri Tompkins is excited to share a new service offering for Scott County voters during a Primary Election of satellite locations. “Satellites are a typical service of the General Election. However, we are happy to serve the county with five locations where every ballot style will be available,” said Tompkins.

Link to satellite locations:


In addition, Wednesday, May 18, 2022 is the first day for in-office absentee voting for the June 7th Primary Election. The office is located at 600 West 4th Street, 5th Floor in Davenport. Office hours are 8AM-4:30PM, Monday through Friday, and Saturday, June 4, 8AM-4PM.

May 18th is also the first day that absentee ballots for the Primary Election can be mailed. Voters who requested absentee ballots by mail can expect to receive them in the mail in the next few days. The deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail is Monday, May 23, 2022, at 5PM.

Absentee ballots by mail come with free return-postage. Ballots may be returned by mail, or hand delivered to the Auditor’s Office by the voter, a household member, an immediate family member or a delivery agent. For more information about who can return a ballot contact the Auditor’s Office 563-326-8631. The ballot drop box will not be open for the Primary Election.

The deadline to receive absentee ballots is 8PM on Primary Election Day, June 7. Post-marks on the day before the election are no longer valid to count an absentee ballot received after Election Day.

Link to Absentee Ballot Request Form:


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