Identification Required to Vote
A recent change in Utah law requires voters to show valid voter identification before they can vote.
Valid identification includes a photo ID issued by the state or federal government, such as a Utah driver license or United States passport; or two other forms of ID showing the voter's name and address, such as a current utility bill or bank statement.
Voters without valid identification may cast a provisional ballot and present valid identification to the county clerk within five business days of the election to have the ballot counted.
Voting Precincts and Voter Registration
To find your precinct number and voting location or for more information on registering to vote, visit the Salt Lake County Clerk's Election web site.