Winn. Co. Courthouse Drop box use encouraged
Decorah’s Peter Kraus was recently named the new coordinator for the Iowa Food Hub. (submitted photo)

According to the Winneshiek County Auditor’s Office, the drop box at the Winneshiek County Courthouse is considered a valid way to return a voted ballot.

The drop box can also be used to return absentee ballot request forms, voter registration forms, or any election related material. The drop box can also be used to deliver documents, payments, or other correspondence to any office in the Courthouse.

During absentee voting, only the Auditor’s Office will have keys for the box, but will distribute other materials to the appropriate offices. The official drop box is made of heavy-duty material, securely fastened and under 24/7 video monitoring.

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the Auditor’s office states that “the drop box is an excellent way to return materials to Courthouse offices and avoid person to person contact. All voters and other courthouse business should be encouraged to use the drop box when delivering correspondence that doesn’t require contact. The drop box is safe, secure and convenient.”

Questions about this or other election concerns can be directed to the County Auditor at auditor@ co. winneshiek. ia. us or 563-382-5085.