I’m going to let you in on a little secret – you can actually see your ballot RIGHT NOW.
My goal as Lieutenant Governor has been to get as many Utahns registered, informed, and out to the polls as possible. Not only do we want more Utahns to vote, we want Utahns to be better informed about their candidates and issues when they do vote.
Our award-winning website, vote.utah.gov, provides voters with helpful, innovative tools to register, request a by-mail ballot, view a sample of their actual ballot, and much more – all from the convenience of their home or workplace.
Once you’re registered to vote, your next important step is to become an informed voter. You don’t have to wait until you arrive at the polls to see your ballot, you can see it now – the same ballot you’ll see when you go vote. To see your ballot, simply go to vote.utah.gov and click on “View My Voter Information Guide.” Not only does your Voter Information Guide list the candidates, issues, and judges on your ballot, it provides helpful information and resources on each.
Not sure how to vote on a judge’s retention? Your Voter Information Guide provides in-depth analysis and evaluations by Utah’s independent Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission.
Wondering whether or not to support a constitutional amendment or proposition? View your Voter Information Guide to read its actual text, independent analysis, as well as pro and con arguments.
Still trying to decide which candidate to vote for? Your Voter Information Guide features statements provided by each candidate, as well as links to their campaign website.
Finally, if you don’t know where you’re supposed to go vote on Election Day, or want to know where Early Voting locations are in your county…yup, you guessed it, your Voter Information Guide has that information, too.
Utah is leading out in connecting government to its citizens and providing its voters with the best possible information. With all these helpful tools and resources available to Utah voters, it’s no secret that participating in our elections is more convenient and accessible than ever before. I encourage all eligible Utahns to become active, informed voters. If you don’t vote, you won’t have a voice.
Register in-person or online through October 22nd; Early Voting is available from October 23rd to November 2nd; Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th.