(2008) Iowa Secretary of State 2008 Report, 2008. Secretary of State, Iowa
This report highlights the landmark election legislation adopted in the past two years and statistical information on absentee ballots, provisional ballots, and Election Day Registration. In addition, the report outlines the responsibilities of our Business Services Division which handles hundreds of thousands of corporate filings annually. The Secretary of State’s proposals to the 83rd General Assembly for 2009 legislation are mostly technical in nature and are also set forth in this report. The presidential election on November 4, 2008, brought more voters to the polls in Iowa than ever before. Despite fears of election day problems due to new voting equipment, Election Day Registration, and challenged voter procedures, the election went very smoothly in Iowa. The Elections and Voter Registration Division of my office worked diligently to provide training materials for election administrators and fielded thousands of calls and emails from voters. The result was an efficiently-run election statewide. Though the Secretary of State’s Office, like all other state agencies, is operating under strict budgetary constraints, I assure you that my staff and I will continue to provide excellent service and develop innovative solutions to get through these rough economic times.
|Item Type:||Departmental Report|
|Keywords:||Election Legislation, Elections, Secretary of State, SOS|
|Subjects:||State government > Elected state officials > Iowa Secretary of State
|Deposited By:||Margaret Barr|
|Deposited On:||22 Jul 2009 14:54|
|Last Modified:||22 Jul 2009 14:54|