Voter Registration & Elections


Download Ballot Request Form

Please return your completed Ballot Request Form any of the following ways:

  • Email:
  • Mail: Summit County Clerk, PO Box 128, Coalville, UT 84017
  • In-Person: Summit County Clerk, 60 North Main Street, Coalville, UT 84017

Voter Registration Information

Register to vote, update your voter registration, or check to see if you are registered to vote at

Formulario de registro de votantes del Estado de Utah 

The deadline to register and receive a vote by mail ballot for the Presidential Preference Primary Election is February 23, 2024. Voters who are not registered, but are otherwise eligible to vote, may vote provisionally in person during Early Voting or on Election Day.

Requirements to Register to Vote:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be a resident of Utah for at least 30 days prior to election
  • Must be 18 years of age on or before the General Election
  • Must reside at the address where you are registered

Note: If you are 16 or 17 years old, you can pre-register to vote. If you pre-register, you will automatically be registered to vote when you turn 18 years old.

Check to see if you are registered to vote

How do I vote?

Active registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail about three weeks before the election. There are several ways to return your ballot. 

  • By Mail: Presidential Preference Primary Election ballots must be postmarked by March 4, 2024, the day before Election Day. If you do not wish to receive a ballot by mail, please send an email stating that to
  • Dropbox: Presidential Preference Primary Election ballots must be deposited in an official dropbox by 8:00 pm on Election Day, March 5, 2024.
  • In Person: Visit a Voting Assistance Center during Early Voting or on Election Day if you did not receive your ballot in the mail or you need assistance with voting.

Accessibility Resources

If you or a loved one are temporarily or permanently disabled and need an accommodation to vote, please call 435-336-3040.

Voting by Mail FAQ 

How does vote by mail work?

Your county clerk uses various security and privacy measures to ensure that your mail ballot is secret and counted accurately. Watch this short video that explains their process: 

Do I have to mail my ballot?

No. If you do not want to mail your ballot using the United States Postal Service, you have other options to turn in your ballot:

  1. Drop your ballot off at a drop box location.
  2. Drop your ballot off at an early voting location or an Election Day voting location. Find a location near you.

You can return your ballot by mail but it must be postmarked before election day. If you prefer to use a secure dropbox, your ballot must be dropped off before 8:00 pm on Election Day.

What happens if my signature on my ballot envelope doesn’t match?

Your county election officials will compare the signature on your ballot envelope with the signature on your previous ballots and your voter registration form. If your signature does not match, your county clerk will notify you. You will be given an opportunity to submit an affidavit called a “cure letter” that allows you to affirm that your signature is correct. Once your county election official receives your affidavit, the ballot will be counted.

For more detailed information, click HERE

Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA)

Military and overseas voters can contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP), which provides tools and resources to ensure that U.S. citizens who want to vote can do so from anywhere in the world.

Voters can find instructions and the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), which is the registration form, or the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB), the backup ballot, online.

Utah's Online Tool

Federal Voting Assistance Program

Instructions for completing the FPCA Form

Instructions for completing the FWAB
If you don’t receive a ballot in time to vote, you may complete a FWAB. For the upcoming election, you would go to the bottom of the FWAB and write in the office and preferred candidate’s name or your choice on ballot initiatives and return that to our office.

Other Resources

Electronic ballots must be received by the Elections Office no later than 8:00 pm (Mountain Standard Time) on Election Day. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Summit County Clerk's office at 435-336-3040 or