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You must submit the voter registration to the following address before the registration deadline for an upcoming election:
Utah County Clerk, Elections Office
100 East Center Street
Provo, Utah 84606
Voter registration forms are found at the following locations in Utah County:
Access the mail-in registration form (PDF) or visit the Utah County Elections website. You can also call the Utah County Elections Office at 801-851-8128 for more information.
You may now register to vote online if you have a current Utah Driver's License or State ID Card. Visit the State of Utah's website to access this service.
To register to vote in Utah, you must:
You may check your voter registration status online or you may contact the Utah County Elections Office at 801-851-8128.
Yes. You will need to submit a new voter registration form (PDF).
Please check your record for address accuracy and your party affiliation. If you have moved, changed your name, want to change your party affiliation, or for any reason your signature has changed, you must re-register. If you have moved from another state, be sure to complete the portion of the form requesting "Name and Address on last Voter Registration." This ensures your last registration record will be cancelled.
Contact the Utah County Elections Office at 801-851-8128 with any questions.
Out-of-state students who register in Utah will give up their home state residency. Students planning to return to their home state after completing their studies in Utah may consider voting absentee in their home state as an alternative to registering to vote in Utah.
If you have been asked to provide certified proof that you are registered to vote, the Utah County Elections Office can provide you with a Voter Certificate during regular business hours, and issue you a certificate so long as you are registered at your current address in Utah County; there is a $5 fee.
Yes and no. Declaring a political party is optional unless:
The party you declare is public information. You will need to contact the respective political party to obtain information about political caucuses, dates and places.