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.

June Primary Election Eligibility Rules

Voters may only vote one primary ballot and ballots will start being mailed around June 9.

Democratic or Libertarian Party Primaries – Registered voters will automatically be mailed their party's ballot. Unaffiliated voters may request a ballot for either party. Voters registered with any other recognized political party in Utah are not eligible to vote in one of these primaries. All ballots will include any local school board races.

Republican, Green, Constitution, or Libertarian Party Primaries – Registered voters will be mailed their party's ballot. Unaffiliated voters may join one of these parties to become eligible to vote. Voters registered with any other recognized political party in Utah are not eligible to vote in one of these primaries. All ballots will include any local school board races.

United Utah Party Primary – Registered voters will be mailed their party's ballot. Unaffiliated voters or any voter registered with any other recognized political party in Utah is eligible to vote in this primary. All ballots will include any local school board races.

Non-partisan Local School Board Primary – All active registered voters will be mailed a ballot containing any local school board races they are eligible to vote.

Voters may only vote one ballot per election and ballots will start arriving around February 14.

Important Deadlines

June 9 - Ballots mailed to all active/eligible registered voters (will arrive around June 12)

June 19 - Last day to register to vote by mail, in person, or electronic. Must be received in the county clerk/auditor’s office by 5pm.

June 19 - Last day a voter may change political parties and be eligible to vote in a closed Primary Election

June 24 – Early voting begins at the Weber Center (2380 Washington Blvd)

  • June 24 – TBD
  • June 25 – TBD
  • June 26 – TBD
  • June 29 – TBD

June 29 – By mail postmark deadline - if in doubt, place in a ballot drop box

June 30 – Election Day

  • In-person voting from 7am – 8pm at Union Station
  • Ballot drop boxes – up until 8 pm at every city hall and county library

Helpful Links:

Voter Registration Information

Voter Deadlines

Drop Box and Voting Assistance Locations