Special Election - City of Waterloo and Hudson School District
September 13, 2022
A Special Election is any election that is not regularly scheduled. A special election may be held for any purpose authorized or required by law; often to fill a vacancy or for a public measure.
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Archived Election Details
On September 13, 7:00 am to 8:00 pm, the City of Waterloo and the Hudson School District will hold special elections.
Vote Centers. Black Hawk County will not be using the usual Waterloo City polling places and will instead be utilizing vote centers for this special election. Vote centers allow all voters to vote at any open polling place in the jurisdiction. This election will have eight vote centers in the city of Waterloo.
EXCEPTION: Those voters residing in both the City of Waterloo and the Hudson School District will need to vote at one of the eight Waterloo vote centers.
Waterloo Vote Centers
- ISU Extension, 3240 University Ave, Conference Room A
- Crossroads Community Church, 3622 Hammond Ave
- MercyOne Kimball, 2055 Kimball Ave
- St. Paul United Methodist Church, 207 W Louise St
- Our Saviors Lutheran Church, 420 Harwood (east entrance)
- Payne Memorial Church, 1044 Mobile St
- Zion Lutheran Church, 810 Kimball Ave (lower level)
- Cedar Valley Church, 3520 Ansborough Ave
Hudson School District Polling Location
- Hudson Community Center, 525 Jefferson St
City of Waterloo: One Public Measure
PUBLIC MEASURE A. A public measure to issue $20 million in general obligation loan notes for a fiber optic broadband communications system.
Full Text of Public Measures
Hudson School District: Three Public Measures
PUBLIC MEASURE B. A public measure to issue $11,650,000 in general obligation bonds for various construction and renovation projects.
PUBLIC MEASURE C. A public measure to adopt a Revenue Purpose Statement specifying the use of revenues the Hudson Community School District will receive from the State of Iowa Secure an Advanced Vision for Education Fund.
PUBLIC MEASURE D. A public measure to levy a physical plant and equipment property tax not to exceed $1.34 per $1000 of assessed taxable property.
Full Text of Public Measures
Special Election Calendar
- August 24: First day to vote early at Election Office, Black Hawk County Courthouse
- August 29: Voter pre-registration deadline
- August 29: Last day for request for mailed absentee ballot to be received in the courthouse
- September 2: Satellite location for early voting in Hudson High School gym, 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- September 7-8: Public testing of voting machines
- September 12: Last day to vote early at the Election Office
- September 13: Election Day
- September 20: Canvass by Board of Supervisors to certify election results
Absentee ballots are available for voting in person at the Election Office from August 24 through September 12, excluding weekends and holidays. Office hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Voters may request ballots through the mail, but requests for mailed ballots will not be accepted after August 29.
Absentee Voting Information
Satellite absentee voting. Hudson School District voters may also vote absentee ballots at Hudson High School on September 2 from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm.