Today is the LAST DAY to determine your affiliation with the Republican party in order to ensure your participation in the August 15th Republican primary for Congressional District 3.
Who can participate in the special primary election to fill Rep. Chaffetz’ seat?
Because this special primary election is to allow the Republican Party to select its nominee for Congress, only registered Republican voters will be allowed to participate. Voters who are not affiliated with the Republican Party but who wish to participate in the Primary Election must affiliate with the Republican Party by submitting a new voter registration by TODAY, July 17, 2017.
CALL TO ACTION
- Congressional District 3 constituents: Register to vote TODAY if you want to vote in the GOP primary election. You must be a member of the Republican party, and today is the last day to register. Simply complete a voter registration form and submit it to your county clerk by the end of the day.
- CD-3 unaffiliated voters: If you are currently registered to vote, but are unaffiliated to a party, you may vote in the GOP primary by registering as a Republican at the polls on Election Day, August 15th, 2017.
- All other Utahns: register to vote by August 8th! Primary elections are being held across the state for municipal and special district elections. Register by completing avoter registration form and submitting it to your county clerk, or by registering online here. Mail-in deadline is TODAY. Online and in-person deadline is August 8th to be eligible to vote in primary elections across the state. For more information on the elections, visit our nonpartisan Voter Guide.
From the Lt. Governor: How do I change or register my status as a Republican?
- You can print and complete a voter registration form and submit it to your county clerk. You must do this at least 30 days before the primary or general election , which means TODAY IS THE LAST DAY.
- Voters who are not affiliated with a political party (unaffiliated voters) may affiliate at the polls on Election Day, August 15th, 2017.
(Adapted from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor)