Vote By Mail
Vote By Mail
The 2020 June Primary Election is being conducted by mail.
(Due to election amendments made by the Legislature because of COVID-19, there will not be in-person voting offered for the June Primary Election.)
- Ballots will be mailed 3 weeks before Election Day to active voters who are eligible to participate in the Primary Election.
- The partisan primary elections are a process whereby political parties nominate candidates to represent their party on the November General Election Ballot. State law allows political parties to decide which voters are eligible to participate in their primary elections and if voters are required to be affiliated with the party in order to vote in the party primary election.
- There are non-partisan primary elections in some local school board districts for which party affiliation does not pertain. All active registered voters in those districts are eligible to vote in the non-partisan local school board primary contests and will be mailed a ballot. NOTE: The local school board contests will be included on partisan ballots.
- If you need your ballot mailed to an address other than your home address where you are registered to vote, call 385-468-7400 or email email@example.com.
- The post office does not forward ballots.
- Postage-paid return envelopes will be provided.
- Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked no later than June 30th – Election Day.
- Ballots may be returned to any of twenty drive-up ballot drop boxes (open 24/7) up through 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
- Voters may update their address eleven days before Election Day (June 19th at 5:00 p.m.) and be mailed a ballot if they are eligible to receive a ballot based on their party affiliation.
If you are looking for additional information on vote-by-mail, please visit our FAQ section.
Salt Lake County ballot drop boxes are open 24/7 until 8:00 p.m. on election night. See where there is a convenient drop box located near you.