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2023 Election News

Originally posted January 5; updated frequently

Bookmark this page to keep up with the latest information about the 2023 Municipal Election in Grant County!

Election resources

Primary Candidates

Voter Registration

Absentee Voting

  • By mail: The deadline to request that an absentee ballot for the 2023 Democratic Primary be mailed to you is April 20. You can make your request online here!

  • By Travel Board: The deadline for confined voters and their caretakers to request a visit from the Travel Board to cast their absentee vote is noon May 1. You can make your request online here! (Travel Board absentee voting begins April 13.)

  • In-person

  • Early in-person voting runs 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday starting April 4 through March 31. On April 3, early in-person voting will run from 8 a.m. until noon at the Grant County Courthouse.

  • There will also be Saturday voting hours on April 22 and April 29 at the Courthouse and at Van Buren United Methodist Church (Fellowship Hall), 105 S. 2nd St.

Election Day

  • The Democratic Primary will be on May 2! Grant County will continue to use the vote center model, but the county has yet to announce which centers will be open for the Municipal Election this year. Eligible voters (those who live in an incorporated city or town that is holding a Primary) will be able to vote at ANY vote center open that day, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Only Marion and Van Buren have contested Primary elections. Therefore, only the following vote center locations will be open for the 2023 Primary:

  • Vote centers in Marion:

  • YMCA, 123 Sutter Way

  • The Tabernacle (formerly known as Calvary Social Brethren Church), 304 N. Miller Ave.

  • St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, 1204 W. 14th St.

  • Lakeview Wesleyan Church, 5316 S. Western Ave.

  • Vote center in Van Buren:

  • United Methodist Church (Fellowship Hall), 105 S. 2nd St.

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