Primary Elections 2016

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Thanks to our city recorder, Janene Weiss for this reminder: Utah County will hold primary elections on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. The ballot will include races for Utah State Senate, House & State School BoardUtah County Commission, and the Local School Board. To view voting information that is specific to you, visit vote.utah.gov, enter your address, and click on “Sample Ballot, Profiles, Issues.” If you have further questions regarding voting information contact Utah County’s Clerk, Bryan Thompson at bryant@utahcounty.gov | 801-851-8111

Early Voting

You still have time for early voting! Early voting begins 14 days before election. All early voting will take place at the Provo City Recreation Center (320 W 500 N) in the lounge on the east side of the building – Tuesday, June 14 through Friday, June 17 and Monday, June 20 through Friday, June 24. 1:00 – 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday (close by 5 pm on 6/24). Click here for more information about early voting locations and times.

Register to Vote

You must submit the voter registration form, before the registration deadline, to the address shown below.

Utah County Clerk, Elections Office
100 East Center Street, Rm 3100
Provo, Utah 84606

Or you can register online. Simply visit the Online Voter Registration website to find out more. You need to have a current Utah Driver’s License or ID Card in order to register using the online system. Your Online Voter Registration must be submitted 7 days prior to the upcoming election to be eligible to vote in that election, however, you will not be eligible for Early Voting unless you register 15 days or more prior to that election.

If you want to register online to vote, your address must match the address on file with the Driver License Division (DLD).  If your address with the DLD is not current, you may update that online at their website by clicking here. This must be done before submitting your online voter registration. After updating your address please allow 24 hours before returning to register to vote online.

If your address is not current with DLD you may still use the online voter registration system, but you will be required to print the form, sign it and mail it in.

Where do I vote for the Primary Election?

To find your polling location please go to maps.provo.org, type your address in the upper left hand corner, and click on the “My Polling Place” link.  Provo City will use the same polling locations that Utah County used in 2014:

Precinct –Polling Location   Precinct –Polling Location
PR01 Utah County Health & Justice Bldg PR26 Centennial Middle School
PR02 Spring Creek Elementary PR27 Freedom Academy
PR03 Spring Creek Elementary PR28 Larry H. Miller Dodge
PR04 UC Historic Courthouse (Rotunda) PR29 Larry H. Miller Dodge
PR05 Provost Elementary PR30 Centennial Middle School
PR06 UC Historic Courthouse (Rotunda) PR31 Freedom Academy
PR07 Provo City Library – RM 201 PR32 Larry H. Miller Dodge
PR08 BYU Conference Center PR33 BYU Conference Center
PR09 Provo Peaks Elementary PR34 Provo Recreation Center
PR10 Provo City Library – RM 213 PR35 Amelia Earhart Elementary
PR11 Wasatch Elementary PR36 Wasatch Elementary
PR12 Provo Peaks Elementary (Farrer) PR37 Centennial Middle School
PR13 Westridge Elementary PR38 BYU Conference Center
PR14 Provo City Center PR39 Timpview High School
PR15 Canyon Crest Elementary PR40 Timpview High School
PR16 Edgemont Elementary PR41 Edgemont Elementary
PR17 Provo City Center PR42 Canyon Crest Elementary
PR18 Amelia Earhart Elementary PR43 Provo City Center
PR19 Lakeview Elementary PR44 Provo City Center
PR20 Lakeview Elementary PR45 Provost Elementary
PR21 Independence High School
PR22 Dixon Middle School
PR23 Independence High School
PR24 Lakeview Elementary
PR25 Westridge Elementary

Absentee | Vote by Mail

Any registered voter who wishes to vote an absentee ballot must request an application. The completed application must be received in the office no later than the Thursday before Election Day. A ballot will be mailed to the address you specify on your application when they become available (usually 21 days before Election Day).

If the applicant is in the military or overseas, then it must be in our office no later than the Thursday before Election Day. A military or overseas voter is one who has an APO, FPO, or a foreign address. This does NOT include Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa or other American territories for they have USPS addresses.

Please allow plenty of time for mailing, especially if you will be in another state or foreign country. Please be aware that the returned ballot must be postmarked no later than the day before election day.

If you would like to request an absentee ballot, click here to the application form and mail or bring it to:

Utah County Administration Building
Elections
100 East Center Street
Provo, Utah 84606

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  1. Carolyn Shumway

    Where can we find a printed document showing all offices and candidates we have to choose from and what platform is stands for?

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