Voting In Utah

GENERAL ELECTION (MIDTERM)
November 6, 2018
VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE
Mail | Postmarked by Oct 9, 2018
Online/In-Person | October 30, 2018
Election Day Registration Available

 

 
VOTER REGISTRATION

Online Registration?

YES. Voters may register to vote or update their information ONLINE. Voters must have a valid Utah Driver's License or non-Driver State ID to register online.

Voter's address must match the address on file with the Driver License Division (DLD). If your address has changed you MUST update your address with the Driver License Division (DLD) before registering to vote.

DEADLINE: Seven (7) days before any Election. If voter wishes to voter early then the deadline is fifteen (15) days before any Election.

Paper Form Registration

Voters can download and print a form that can be mailed or hand delivered to their County Clerk.

MAIL DEADLINE: Must be postmarked thirty (30) days before any Election.
IN-PERSON DEADLINE: Seven (7) days before any Election. If a voter wishes to vote early then the deadline is fifteen (15) days before any Election.

Election Day Registration

YES. Voters may register to vote during the Early Voting Period and at their polling place on Election Day.

Automatic Registration?

NO. Contact your state representatives and ask them to enact automatic voter registration in Utah.

Pre-Register Youth?

YES. Voters who are sixteen (16) or older can pre-register to vote and will be automatically added to the voter rolls when they turn eighteen (18).

Registration Portability?

YES. Registered voters who move to a new precinct within the state without updating their registration can, on Election Day, cast a provisional ballot that will be counted at their new polling place. Registered voters who move within the same precinct can affirm their new address at their polling place and cast a regular ballot.

Go HERE to find your Polling Place.

VOTING

ID required to vote?

NON-PHOTO ID REQUIRED. Voters must present one (1) or two (2) forms of ID from the official list of acceptable ID. Go HERE for more information.

Absentee Voting?

YES. Utah is a No-Excuse Absentee Voting state which means all registered voters can request an absentee ballot. Voters can request a ballot ONLINE or can download and print a request from that can be mailed, emailed, or hand delivered to their County Clerk. Voters can apply to become a permanent absentee voter.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Must be received by the Thursday before Election Day.

Vote-by-Mail?

YES. Utah is a No-Excuse Absentee Voting state which allows all registered voters to vote an absentee ballot by mail.

See ABSENTEE VOTING for more information.

Early Voting?

YES. All registered voters may vote early In-Person. Check with your County Clerk for hours and locations or check HERE to find an early polling location.

In-Person Early Voting begins fourteen (14) days before Election Day and ends the Friday before Election Day. Election Officials may extend the deadline at their discretion.

Youth Vote in Primary?

NO. Contact your state representatives and ask them to allow all voters who will be eighteen (18) on or before any Election to vote in the preceding Primary Election.

 

 

Student Voters

Students attending college in Utah should visit the CAMPUS PROJECT for more information on registering to vote and voting in Utah.

Military/Overseas

Military and Overseas Voters should go to the Federal Voting Assistance Program website for more information on registering to vote and voting in Utah.

Felony conviction?

Voting rights are automatically restored after a voter has completed the court-ordered sentence of imprisonment. Ex-felons may vote while on parole or probation. Ex-felons MUST re-register.

Voters With Disabilities

Voters with disabilities should contact Utah Disability Law Center or check with their County Clerk for more information.

 

 

DISCLAIMER: We try to have the most current and complete information. But, if you think something is incorrect or incomplete, please feel free to LET US KNOW so we can correct it. Furthermore, we encourage voters to contact their state election officials if they have any questions.