How Do I Vote?




Vote By Mail

Utah County conducts elections by mail. This means all active voters are mailed a ballot about 3 weeks before each election.

Missionaries, Students, Snowbirds or any voter residing temporarily in another state or other address within Utah may request to have their ballot mailed to that location on a temporary basis.



Absentee ballot applications only need to be filled out by those voters that need a ballot sent to a location other than their normal voter registration mailing address.

Members of the military (and eligible dependents) stationed outside of Utah or Utah residents living overseas, please visit Military & Overseas.

Voatz Smartphone Voting Pilot Program

Starting this year Utah County is piloting the use of the smartphone app Voatz for Military personnel or Utah County residents temporarily living overseas. The following individuals can request to recieve and cast their ballot using Voatz:
  • Any actively serving military personnel and their immediate family stationed stateside or overseas.
  • Any Utah County resident that will be overseas on Election Day.
If you or a loved one would qualify and would like to participate in the pilot program for the general election, contact the Elections Office at 801-851-8128 to find out more. Click on the Voatz Logo to learn more about voting using the Voatz app.