Instructions for voting

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How to Register to Vote

Register Online

You’ll need your Utah driver’s license number or state ID card number to register online

The street address you list on the voter registration form must be the same as the address on your driver’s license or ID to register online.

Register Online


Check if you’re registered to vote

vote.utah.gov

Registration requirements

  • Be a US citizen
  • Be at least 18 years old on Election Day, Nov 6
  • Live at a Utah address by Oct 9
  • Not be in jail or in prison for a felony conviction

How to Vote

Vote early
Oct 25–Nov 4

In person early voting is available in most counties. Contact your county clerk to confirm early voting dates and locations in your area.


Vote on Election Day
Nov 6

Voting locations are open from 7 AM–8 PM. If you’re in line at your voting location by 8 PM, you’re allowed to vote.


Who can vote early

All registered voters are eligible to vote early.

Mail absentee ballot by
November 5

Vote early
Oct 25–Nov 4

In person early voting is available in most counties. Contact your county clerk to confirm early voting dates and locations in your area.


Vote on Election Day
November 6

Voting locations are open from 7 AM–8 PM. If you’re in line at your voting location by 8 PM, you’re allowed to vote.

Voting requirements
  • Be registered to vote in Utah. Check if you’re registered to vote.
  • Be a US citizen
  • Live at a Utah address by Oct 9
  • Be 18 by Election Day, Nov 6
  • Not be in jail or prison for a felony

In person ID requirements

Bring one of the following with you to vote early and on Election Day:

  • Utah driver’s license
  • Utah ID card
  • ID issued by Utah or a federal government agency
  • Utah permit to carry a concealed weapon
  • US passport
  • Tribal ID card, even if it doesn’t include your photo

If you don’t have a photo ID you can bring any two of the following with you to vote:

  • A utility bill or copy of a utility bill dated on or after Aug 10
  • A bank or other financial account statement or copy of a statement
  • A certified birth certificate
  • A Social Security card
  • A check issued by the state or federal government or a copy of a check
  • A paycheck from your employer or a copy of a paycheck
  • A Utah hunting or fishing license
  • A US military ID card
  • Certified naturalization documents, but not a green card
  • A certified copy of court records showing your adoption or name change
  • A Bureau of Indian Affairs card
  • A tribal treaty card
  • A Medicaid or Medicare or Electronic Benefits Transfer card;
  • An ID card issued by a local government within Utah
  • An ID card issued by your employer
  • An ID card issued by a college, university, technical school or professional school within Utah
  • A current Utah vehicle registration

By mail ID requirements

Some voters may be required to provide ID with their mail ballot. If your ballot includes a notice from your County Clerk that ID is required, attach a copy of one of the following:

  • Utah driver’s license
  • Utah ID card
  • ID issued by Utah or a federal government agency
  • Utah permit to carry a concealed weapon
  • US passport
  • Tribal ID card, even if it doesn’t include your photo

If you don’t have a photo ID you can bring any two of the following with you to vote:

  • A utility bill or copy of a utility bill dated on or after Aug 10
  • A bank or other financial account statement or copy of a statement
  • A certified birth certificate
  • A Social Security card
  • A check issued by the state or federal government or a copy of a check
  • A paycheck from your employer or a copy of a paycheck
  • A Utah hunting or fishing license
  • A US military ID card
  • Certified naturalization documents, but not a green card
  • A certified copy of court records showing your adoption or name change
  • A Bureau of Indian Affairs card
  • A tribal treaty card
  • A Medicaid or Medicare or Electronic Benefits Transfer card;
  • An ID card issued by a local government within Utah
  • An ID card issued by your employer
  • An ID card issued by a college, university, technical school or professional school within Utah

Frequently Asked Questions