2018 Election Information

Ballot drop box locations:

Provo Rec Center 320 W 500 N

Provo City Center 351 West Center Street

Elections 2018 Elections
The Utah County Commissioners made the decision on March 29, 2018 to hold the 2018 primary and general elections by mail.  Utah County voters will receive both primary election and general election ballots in the mail as their primary method of voting.  Utah County will also set up Service Centers throughout the county to assist voters with ballot issues and to provide an assisted voting process for voters with special needs. 

Early Vote Primary 2018 How do I return my ballot? 

You may return your ballot by mail. Postage is required. Return your ballot early to ensure it is counted in the election night reports. BALLOTS MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE JUNE 25. Save a stamp and drop your ballot at Provo City Center, 351 West Center Street! 


What if I did not receive a ballot?
If you did not receive your ballot in the mail, you will need to update your voter registration at or call the Utah County Elections Office at 801-851-8121.

Can I vote in person? 


If you did not receive a ballot or you need the amenities of the electronic voting equipment, you may vote in person during the Early Voting Period: June 19, 20, 21 and 22. Or, on Election Day June 26 at any of the 24 Utah County Voter Centers. Be sure to bring ID and proof of residency.


More Information

Register to Vote

2018 Official Primary Notice