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Municipal primary elections set for Tuesday

Municipal primary elections set for Tuesday



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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Municipal primary elections will be held across the state Tuesday.

The Salt Lake County Clerk's office has contracted to administer the primary elections for several cities, including Draper, Holladay, Murray, Riverton, Salt Lake City, South Jordan and West Valley, among others.

Early voting was held from Sept. 1-11. The website of Lt. Gov. Greg Bell says the municipal general elections will be held Nov. 3, with early voting from Oct. 20-30.

Because of a law passed during the 2009 legislative session, voters will have to show identification before casting a ballot this year.

Acceptable forms include a Utah driver license, state ID card or current U.S. passport. Voters can also provide two separate documents with their name and current address as identification.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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