Everything you need to know about voting and how elections work in Utah
Voter ID Requirements
2022 General Election Dates
The first-day candidates running for statewide and multi-county races can file their “Notice of Intent to Gather Signatures” with the Lieutenant Governor’s office. All other candidates must file at their county clerk’s office.
Feb 28 - March 4
Candidates running for statewide and multi-county races file their declaration of candidacy with the Lieutenant Governor’s office no later than 5 p.m. March 4. All other candidates must file at their county clerk’s office.
Last day a registered voter may change their voter affiliation before the regular primary election.
Candidates participating in their party’s state convention, must submit signatures no later than 5p.m., 14 days before the state nominating convention.
Political parties must certify the names of candidates nominated at convention to the Lieutenant Governor’s office.
The Lt. Governor’s office will publish the names of candidates who have qualified for the primary election in the order that they will appear on the ballot.
First day for candidates on the primary election ballot to submit their candidate profile.
First day to send out mail ballots to active registered voters.
Last day an individual can register to vote for the primary election and to submit an alternative address form to the county clerk’s office.
Last day to send out mail ballots to active registered voters.
Regular Primary Election
Regular General Election
2022 Voter Guide
Everything you need to know to cast your ballot in Utah.