2018 Election Year Information

2018 is a general election year and Weber County will again be mailing ballots to every active registered voter about three weeks before each election. The offices listed in our 2018 Notice of Election are up for election. More information on who has filed and how to file for office can be found on our candidates page.

Primary Election Information – June 26

Primary Elections are a process through which the voters of political parties decide who will represent their party on the ballot in the November General Election. As such, political parties, not the county, set the rules regarding which registered voters can participate in their primary elections. All registered voters will be eligible to participate in the November elections regardless of party affiliation.

The following table shows who each party has chosen to be eligible to vote in their primary.

Party* Voters permitted to vote in party’s primary
Constitution Party Voters affiliated with the Constitution Party
Democratic Party All voters, regardless of affiliation
Green Party Unaffiliated voters and voters affiliated with the Green Party
Independent American Party Voters affiliated with the Independent American Party
Libertarian Party Voters affiliated with the Libertarian Party
Republican Party Voters affiliated with the Republican Party
United Utah Party All voters, regardless of affiliation

*All voters will be eligible to vote for non-partisan races such as local school board, should there be a primary election held in their district.

To change your party affiliation visit www.vote.utah.gov. A valid Utah Driver License is required, and can be updated online for free at www.dld.utah.gov.

Primary Sample Ballots

General Election – November 6

The General Election will be held on November 6, 2018. More information will be posted as it comes closer.