How to vote in my state
Last updated August 30, 2022
Upcoming Election Dates and Registration Deadlines
November 8, 2022
Utah General Election
Voter Registration Deadline
- Post received: October 28, 2022
- In-person request by: November 8, 2022
- Online request by: October 28, 2022
Voting-By-Mail Request Deadline
- N/A (Utah is a vote-by-mail state, see Mail-in Voting below for details)
Completed Voting-By-Mail Ballot Return Deadline
- Postmarked: November 7, 2022
- In-person received: November 8, 2022
Early Voting: October 25, 2022 – November 4, 2022
Check if you are registered
What's on your
If you are an active registered voter, you will automatically receive a ballot in the mail. Click this link to check if you are an active registered voter.
Your county clerk will mail ballots between October 18, 2022 and November 1, 2022. If you are registered to vote in San Juan County, your ballot may be mailed sooner. If you do not receive a ballot shortly after this time, immediately contact your county clerk’s office.
Your mail ballot must be postmarked by the U.S. Post Office the day before Election Day, November 8, 2022. You can also drop your ballot off at a drop box location before 8:00 pm on Election Day. Find drop box locations near you.
Early voting is available, but varies based on county. Please check with your county and know you must have a photo ID to vote early as well.
What to Expect
on Election Day
On Election Day, polls are open from 7 AM to 8 PM local time.
Find your polling location (enter your voter registration address)
Voter ID Requirements
On Election Day, if you are already registered to vote in Utah, you must have:
ONE primary form of ID that is valid (not expired), has your name, and has your photograph. These types of IDs include:
- Utah driver license
- ID card issued by the state of Utah or the US Government
- Utah concealed carry permit
- US passport
- Tribal ID card (does not require a photograph)
- Currently valid US military ID card
TWO forms of ID that, when combined, prove your name and current residence. These types of IDs may include:
- Utility bill dated within 90 days of the election
- Bank or other financial account statement
- Certified birth certificate
- Valid Social Security card
- Check issued by the state or federal government
- Currently valid Utah hunting or fishing license
- Certified naturalization documents (NOT a green card)
- Certified copy of court records showing the voter’s adoption or name change
- Bureau of Indian Affairs card
- Tribal treaty card
- Medicaid or Medicare or Electronic Benefits Transfer card
- Currently valid ID card issued by a local government within Utah
- Currently valid ID card issued by an employer
- Currently valid ID card issued by a college, university, technical school, or professional school in Utah
- Current Utah vehicle registration
Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act requires certain jurisdictions to provide in-language voting materials in areas with a significant number of limited English proficient voters.
Section 208 of the Voting Rights Act states that, “Any voter who requires assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability, or inability to read or write may be given assistance by a person of the voter’s choice, other than the voter’s employer or agent of the employer or office or agent of the voter’s union.”
It is your right to bring your own interpreter to the polls, if you so choose.
Have questions or need help voting?
Call 1-888-API-VOTE (1-888-274-8683).
Bilingual assistance is available in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali. Click here for more information.