How to Register to Vote

Register to Vote In Utah


VOTERISE STRONGLY RECOMMENDS EARLY VOTING! The shift to vote-by-mail has left us with fewer polling locations. Avoid the large crowds on Election Day: please vote early. 

  • Presidential Primary Election: March 3, 2020

  • January 17: Ballots are transmitted to military voters, their dependents, and voters living outside of the U.S.

  • February 3: Last day to mail a paper voter registration form.

  • February 11 – February 18: Mail ballots are sent to voters.

  • February 18: In-person early voting begins. You may register to vote at an early voting location by casting a provisional ballot.

  • February 25: Last day to request a mail ballot. It is also the last day to register to vote using the online registration system or at your county clerk’s office.

  • February 28: In-person early voting ends in some jurisdictions, but your jurisdiction may extend the early voting period until March 2nd.

  • March 3: Presidential Primary Election. You may register to vote at a polling location by casting a provisional ballot.

  • Regular Primary Election – June 30, 2020

  • Regular General Election – November 3, 2020

  • You can find Presidential Primary FAQs here.

When and Where You Can Vote

  • Enter your address here to find your early voting and election day voting locations.

Registering to Vote

  • Online voter registration deadline is 11 days before the election date! (to register text 'voterise' to 788-683). In general, you should have a valid Utah Driver's License or State ID to register online. Otherwise, you should know the last 4 digits of your social security #. If you use the last 4 of your SS#, you will need to print your registration form and hand-deliver it to your County Clerk

  • Check if you are registered to vote here.

Voting Early and By Absentee Ballot

Identification Requirements

In order to vote, you will need to present one of the following:

  • a valid UT Drivers License or state ID;

  • UT permit to carry concealed weapon,

  • U.S. passport

  • U.S. military ID card

  • tribal ID card--click here for more options

If You Have Moved Within the State:

If You Are in the Military or Are an Overseas Voter Click Here


If You Have a Felony Conviction:

After a felony conviction, the right to vote in Utah is restored when:

  1. the felon has been sentenced to probation;

  2. the felon is granted parole; or

  3. the felon has successfully completed the term of incarceration. 

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