Are you sure you’re registered to vote?
If you have moved or changed your name recently, you may not be!
Your registration status might be inactive if your mailed ballot was returned as “undeliverable” to your county clerk’s office.
What you can do
Click the button below to check the status of your registration on vote.utah.gov.
Check to make sure your status is active and that your name, address, and party affiliation are all correct, or correct any issues now to ensure your registration is in order and you will be eligible to vote in the upcoming 2019 election!
If you are inactive or your name, address, or party affiliation are incorrect you can change them by clicking here.
It’s important to note, an inactive voter is still registered to vote, and they can still sign petitions and vote in an election. However, mail-in ballots will not be sent out to inactive voters, and they could potentially be purged from the voter rolls in the future.
The Utah Lieutenant Governer’s Elections site states that Utahns can only be removed from voting rolls if one of the following applies:
- The voter requests that his or her registration be canceled;
- The voter moved to another state;
- The voter is ineligible because he or she is currently in prison or jail due to a felony conviction;
- The voter dies; or
- The voter’s registration status has been “inactive” through two federal (even-year) general elections
You can learn more and register to vote online at https://vote.utah.gov.