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SALT LAKE COUNTY -- Early voting begins Tuesday, Sept. 1 for the twelve Salt Lake County cities holding primary elections.
County Clerk Sherrie Swensen reiterates residents can vote in her office, by mail or at an early voting location before Election Day.
"Voters do not need to be unable to vote at their assigned Election Day polling place in order to utilize these convenient voting options," said Swensen. Early voting is available at the County Clerk's office (2100 South State Street, S1100) every weekday from now until September 11th from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Starting Tuesday, voters may vote early at any one of the city halls hosting primary elections between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
- Bluffdale - 14350 South 2200 West
- Cottonwood Heights - 1265 East Fort Union Blvd #250 (7200 South)
- Draper - 1020 East Pioneer Road (12450 South)
- Herriman - 13011 South Pioneer Street (6000 West)
- Holladay - 4580 South 2300 East
- Murray - 5025 South State Street (100 East) #113
- Riverton - 12830 South 1700 West
- Salt Lake - 451 South State Street (100 East) Room #415
- South Jordan - 1600 West Towne Center Drive (10600 South)
- South Salt Lake - 220 East Morris Ave (2430 South) 2nd Floor
- West Jordan - 8000 South Redwood Road (1700 West)
- West Valley - 3600 Constitution Blvd (2700 West) Recorder's Office #120
Early voting and polling location information is being mailed today to voters who have a primary election.
Swensen says polling locations often change depending upon the size and scope of each election and encourages voters to look for their polling location information in the mail. [CLICK HERE for sample letter]