2018 Election Information
2018 Candidate and Ballot information
Vote by Mail - Notice & Service Center Locations
The Utah County Commissioners made the decision on March 29, 2018 to hold the 2018 primary and general elections by mail. Utah County voters will receive both primary election and general election ballots in the mail as their primary method of voting. Utah County will also set up Service Centers throughout the county to assist voters with ballot issues and to provide an assisted voting process for voters with special needs.
Please make sure the county has your current mailing address to insure delivery of your ballot.
Please be aware that the returned ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before election day. Please mail back your ballot as soon as possible.
If you would like to update your voter registration, follow the link below to the online application form:
For further information regarding vote by mail in Utah County, please call 801-851-8128.
Service Center Locations
You may return your ballot in the following ways:
- By mail; mail your ballot postmarked no later than the day before the election.
- Drop off; any service center. (see below).
Voters may go to any service center in the county.
Military & Overseas Voters
The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) provides voting assitance to military service members, their families and voters overseas. Their web site offers information and assistance to members of these groups.
|Military & Overseas Absentee Ballot Application (FPCA)|
Election Questions? Call the Election Office @ 801-851-8128