At least two precincts in Iowa have made last-minute location changes as historically low temperatures affect the Hawkeye State, adjusting election plans as voters prepare to cast the first ballots of the 2024 cycle.
State Republican officials have maintained that most Iowa precinct locations will operate as expected on Monday, but a pair of Iowa counties have relocated, with one relocation being due to the inclement weather. The change comes as several GOP campaigns have worried the low temperatures could negatively affect voter turnout.
Voters in Woodbury County will relocate from Hornick City Hall to instead attend their caucus at an American Legion hall after the original location lost its heating capabilities, according to the Washington Post. The Allamakee County GOP has also moved one of its locations in Precinct 3 in order to accommodate more parking space, according to the