Election Resources2019-08-05T12:27:38-06:00

Every year is an election year in Utah! On odd years we hold nonpartisan elections for municipal, school board and special service districts. On even years we hold partisan elections for county, state and federal offices. New party delegates area also elected on even years. Find out everything you need to know to exercise the power of your vote!

Action Utah Voter Resources

How Elections Work in Utah – The ins and outs of our unique election system.

How to Run for Office at Any Level of Government – Nowhere else in Utah compiles this difficult-to-find information on what offices are up for election and how to file as a candidate.

Voter Handbook – Why voting in primary and general elections matters, important dates, candidate information and how to register to vote.

How to Register to Vote – All the ways you can register to vote in Utah. Once you’ve done it, get your friends and family to register too!

County by County Information – Helpful information about the structure of government, elected roles and important contact information for each county in our state.

Other Resources

vote.utah.gov – The state’s official voter registration website. Register to vote, update voter registration and find out about vote by mail. You can also find a sample ballot and your polling place here, as well as contact information for all your elected representatives.

elections.utah.gov – Election information, candidate filing information and manuals, voting district and voter registration information, and election results. You can also request an absentee ballot here.

caucus.utah.gov – Find out what is a caucus and connect to caucus information from all registered political parties in Utah. You can also register to vote here.

County Clerks – A list of contact info for all the county clerks in the state. Contacting your County Clerk directly about polling locations, voter information, ballots and election deadlines specific to your area.

Party Contact Information – Contact info for all registered political parties in Utah. Contact your party directly for dates, deadlines, requirements and other party-specific information for voting and running as a delegate or candidate.

Candidate information – Besides candidate websites, social media pages and email lists, you can also check VoteSmart for unbiased reviews of incumbent positions and votes on key issues and websites like Vote411 (all candidates) and Ballotpedia (school board) and League of Women Voters (school board) for certain candidate bios and the Utah Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission for judges.