Municipals Matter! We know that all politics are local, so be sure to get to know the municipal candidates in your community and vote.
Ballots: Ballots hit mailboxes the week of October 18. All completed ballots need to be postmarked by November 1st. You can request a replacement ballot by October 26 if you have not received one.
Register to Vote: You can still register to vote by October 22nd online or through mail. You can also register on Election Day and cast a provisional ballot with two forms of ID at a polling place! To update your registration, track your ballot, or to find a polling place, go to vote.utah.gov
Ranked Choice Voting: This year, multiple cities in Utah are participating in Ranked Choice Voting (RCV). If your municipality is using RCV, your ballot will look different. With RCV, instead of choosing just one candidate, the voter will have the opportunity to rank the candidates. RCV expands opportunities for voters' voices! Ranked Choice Voting is new to Utah, and our friends at the Better Utah Institute have created an easy-to-understand guide here: Ranked Choice Voting.
The following 23 cities are doing Ranked Choice Voting: South Salt Lake, Magna, Bluffdale, Draper, Lehi, Payson, Riverton, Springville, Vineyard, Goshen, Newton, Woodland Hills, Genola, Sandy, Nibley City, Millcreek, Moab, River Heights City, Cottonwood Heights, Elk Ridge, Salt Lake City, Midvale, and Heber City.