November 6, 2018 is Election Day
Avoid long lines on Election Day. Read below for important election information.
What is Vote By Mail?
Utahns are automatically signed up to receive their ballots in the mail. They will likely start hitting mailboxes around October 16th. They must be filled out and postmarked on or before November 5th using the pre-postage paid return envelope. You can also drop your ballot off at any polling location on Election Day, November 6th. Utah County will provide several 24/7 ballot drop off locations. You can find your nearest ballot drop off location by clicking HERE.
What is on my ballot?
To learn more about the candidates and initiatives that will be on your ballot, CLICK HERE.
Prefer to Vote in Person?
Early voting is still an option if you prefer not to submit a mail-in ballot. Early voting begins October 23rd through November 2nd.
On election day, polling locations will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. As long as you are in line by 8:00 p.m. you will have an opportunity to vote.
***All voters must present identification to vote at an early vote location or Election day Vote Center. The identification must be valid and show your name and photograph.
Register to Vote, Change your Address, or Party Affiliation
If you are not sure you are registered to vote or if you voter registration has your most current address, HERE.
You can register to vote at the polls on Election Day or during the Early Voting period. If you register beforehand:
· October 9, 2018: last day to register to receive a vote by mail ballot.
· October 30, 2018: last day to register to vote online or at your county clerk’s office. After this date you will have to register at the polling location.
You can register to vote or update your voter registration records online by clicking HERE.
More election questions? Call the Election Office @ 801-851-8128