How do I register to vote?
If you have a valid Utah ID or driver's license visit voter.utah.gov to register or update your registration. If you don’t have a valid Utah ID or driver’s license, mail in this form to your county clerk by July 30th.
Who can register to vote?
Anyone who is a US Citizen, has been a resident of Utah for at least 30 days, and will be 18 years old on or before the election. 16 and 17 year olds can pre-register to vote in Utah.
How do I check my voter registration status?
How do I get my ballot?
Primary ballots will be mailed beginning July 19th. If you are registered and eligible to vote, you will have a ballot mailed to your address.
When should I mail in my ballot?
Ballots must be postmarked the day before primary Election Day; make sure your ballot is in the mail by August 9th.
Can I vote in person?
Utah County will be conducting early voting in person August 4-9th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM at 100 East Center Street, Suite 3100, Provo, Utah 84606.
How do I know my ballot is received?
Visit vote.utah.gov and click on the “track my mail or provisional ballot” icon. You’ll be able to see the status of your ballot and if it has been processed.
How do I vote in person?
You need a state-issued ID to vote in person. Click here to view alternate ID requirements.
Do I need an absentee ballot?
If you live in Utah and plan to vote by mail, you just need to ensure that you’re registered to vote. Absentee ballots are for those who cannot be present at the polls. Contact your county clerk for more information.
I’m a college student, how do I vote?
Where can I find more information?
2021 Voter Guide
Make a Plan to Vote this August and November
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Voter registration information is for educational purposes only, guidance on specific voting procedures should be found from the county clerks of Utah.