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SALT LAKE CITY -- There are still two weeks until the primary election, but you can cast your ballot early.
Voting started today in the city halls of twelve cities in Salt Lake County holding primary elections ahead of November's general election.
There are some changes this year. A new state law requires voters to show ID, such as a driver's license or two forms of identification that show your name and proof you live within the voting precinct.
Early voters can also cast their ballot by mail or by going to the county government complex.