Persons with disabilities in a voting settings.

Voting in 2018

Here are a few things you should know about elections in 2018.

Voter Registration

There are now more opportunities for registering to vote or updating your voter registration. You can now register to vote at a polling place or vote center prior to voting. Your vote will be provisional, whic means, once the election team has verified that your voter registration information is correct your vote will be official. As always, you can register to vote:

  • by mail (30 days prior to the election)
  • at your county clerk’s officre (7 days prior to the election)
  • online (7 days prior to the election

Election Dates

General Election: November 6th

If you lve in a county that votes by mail, you should recieve your ballot atleast two weeks before the election. If you don’t recieve it, call your county clerk’s office.

Early Voting

Every county is now offering at least four days of early voting. To find out when early voting is scheduled and where you can go to vote early, contact your county clerk. The DLC also has this information, feel free to contact us to learn where you can go to vote or to get answers to any question that you have about voting.

Candidate Survey on Disability Rights

The Disability Law Center and RevUp Coalition of Utah invited all candidates running for the federal or state legislature, or state school board in 2018 to fill out a survey on disability rights.
More information about the survey and the candidates response’s are available from the Candidate Survey Response page.