How to vote in Salt Lake County on Election Day
Election Day is finally here!
State of play: For eligible Salt Lake City voters, the three-way mayoral election is the marquee race on the ballot.
- First-term Mayor Erin Mendenhall faces two challengers: former Mayor Rocky Anderson and community activist Michael Valentine.
- Meanwhile, in a special election, GOP nominee Celeste Maloy, Democratic candidate Kathleen Riebe and other third-party candidates are vying to represent Utah's 2nd Congressional District.
- The reliably red seat was vacated by former Rep. Chris Stewart in September.
🗳️ Check out our Salt Lake City voter guide to catch up quickly about the races.
Be smart: Don't drop your ballot in the mail. Ballots had to be postmarked yesterday.
Details: If you haven't cast your ballot yet, here's how to vote today:
- Bring your ballot to a drop box location by 8pm.
- Vote in person from 7am–8pm. Polling places are listed online, and you'll need to bring a valid ID.
To register: You can still register to vote today at a polling place and cast a provisional ballot.
- You'll need two forms of identification: a valid voter ID and proof of residency.
Of note: If you believe your voting rights have been violated, contact your county clerk's office or the Utah Lt. Governor's Office at [email protected].
What's next: Once you've submitted your mail or provisional ballot, track it here.
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