Dear Voter and Constituent,
There are advantages and disadvantages to each method of voting allowed in Utah. The State Legislature, not the County Clerks, determines what methods of voting are legal in Utah. However, the County Clerk should inform voters of the pros and cons of each type of voting so voters can make an informed decision regarding the method they want to use to cast their vote.
By law, there are currently four ways that you can submit a ballot to the Clerk’s office:
(1) in-person voting;
(2) submit a mail ballot at an in-person voting location;
(3) submit a mail ballot into a dropbox; and
(4) submit a mail ballot through the U.S. Postal Service.
In person voting
Submit a mail ballot at an in-person voting location
Submit a mail ballot into a drop box
Submit a mail ballot through the U.S. Postal Service