2018 Election Year Information
The General Election will be held on November 6. Ballots will be mailed out to all active voters starting no later than October 16 and may take up to a week to arrive. If you would like to check your voter registration status please visit vote.utah.gov and click on the “Voter Info / Track Ballot” section.
Voters may return their ballot in one of three easy and convenient ways.
- 1. Through the mail with a postmark prior to Election Day. Ballots require a First-class or Forever stamp that may be purchased at any post office or nearly every grocery store.
- 2. At 24-hour drop boxes conveniently located around the county at every city hall and every county library. Click here for a detailed list and directions.
- 3. On Election Day at a drop box or at a voting assistance center before 8:00 pm. By mail ballots may be dropped off, or if the voter wishes to vote in person, they may do so at a voting assistance center. To avoid standing in line, we strongly encourage voters to return their ballots by mail or walk and drop their ballots on Election Day.
Sample Ballot - Voter Specific. Show candidate bios and information relevant to the races on your specific ballot. You will need to enter some relevant information to identify which precinct you are in and then it will display each races with links to bios for the candidates that submitted a bio.
Sample Ballot - All Races. Show all candidates and races in Weber County. The ballots that voters receive contain only the races for which they are qualified to vote.