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Waiting for the last few hours to vote in municipal primary elections? Here's what you need to know

By Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted - Aug 13th, 2019 @ 1:14pm



SALT LAKE CITY — Tuesday is the primary election to whittle down candidates for several municipal positions in the state. If you forgot to register to vote for the primary or forgot to return your mail-in ballot in time, never fear, you have until 8 p.m. to vote, submit your mail-in ballot or register to vote in person and then vote.

If you didn’t receive a mail-in ballot, it’s possible you don't have a primary election in your area.

Those who need to register to vote will be given a provisional ballot at a polling location that will count once the registration is processed. Anyone registering at a poll must bring a valid identification and a proof of residency, such as a utility bill.

If you don't know where your polling location is, the state has a website where people can look up their polling location by entering their address or license/ID number.

These counties have set up further information regarding the municipal primary elections happening today:

  • Click here for Beaver County voting information.
  • Click here for Box Elder County voting information.
  • Click here for Cache County voting information.
  • Click here for Davis County voting locations.
  • Click here for Emery County voting information.
  • St. George News covered the list of people running for offices in Iron County here. Iron County election information can be found here.
  • Click here for Millard County voting information. A list of candidates for municipal elections can be found here.
  • Click here for Salt Lake County in-person voting information and here for ballot drop box locations.
  • Click here for San Juan County voting information.
  • Click here for Summit County voting information.
  • Click here for Tooele County voting information.
  • Click here for Uintah County voting information.
  • Click here for Utah County voting information.
  • The Spectrum covered the list of people running for offices in Washington County here. Washington County election information can be found here.
  • Click here for Weber County voting information.
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