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Online Voter Registration

Now it's easier than ever to register online. Simply visit the Online Voter Registration website to find out more. You need to have a current Utah Drivers License or ID Card in order to register using the online system.

You must register to vote 15 days prior to the upcoming election. Please visit the website.

Vote by Mail Programs

Permanent Vote by Mail

You can have your ballot mailed to you on an on-going basis. Any registered voter may apply for Permanent Vote by Mail. Ballots are mailed approximately 3 weeks prior to each election. Ballots cannot be forwarded by the post office. Anyone who is currently registered to vote in Salt Lake County is eligible for Permanent Vote by Mail.

Sign up by downloading an application or call 385-468-7400.

Your application must be completed and returned before a ballot can be mailed. Mail or return applications to the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office at:

Salt Lake County Elections
2001 S State Street #S1100
Salt Lake City, UT 84190

You may also fax your application to the clerk's office at 801-468-3473.

Single Election by Mail Voting

If you would like to receive a by-mail ballot for a specific election, you may download the Absentee Ballot Application and return it to the clerk's office no later than the Friday before the election. You will find the application here.

Military and Overseas Voters

Military and overseas voters may complete the Federal Postcard Application, which can be accessed by visiting the Federal Voting Assistance program website.  Applications must be sent by mail or filed in person at the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office. Time is critically important - please allow plenty of time for mailing, particularly if you are in another state or foreign country.

For further details on all voter absentee programs, please contact Salt Lake County Elections at 801-468-3427 or email for more information.

Additional Information Available on County Clerk website.

  • Check your registration status
  • Find your polling location and early voting location
  • Review your sample ballot