September 18, 2020 Utah vote by mail guide
Your local election office will compare your signature on your voted ballot to the one on your driver’s license. If the signatures don't match, your ballot might be rejected. Please sign carefully.
Utah vote by mail deadlines Earliest day to apply: Anytime Request your mail-in ballot (online): Received by October 23, 2020 Request your mail-in ballot (by mail): Received by October 23, 2020 Request your mail-in ballot (in person): Received by October 23, 2020 Return your mail-in ballot (by mail): Postmarked by November 2, 2020 Return your mail-in ballot (in person): Received by November 3, 2020 Utah vote by mail rules
As of 2020, all Utah elections are vote-by-mail.
You can still request a one-time absentee ballot if you will be away from home during a specific election.
Utah vote by mail ID requirements
request a ballot ONLINE, you need your Utah driver's license number or state ID number. If you request a ballot by MAIL or IN PERSON, you do not need ID. You do not need ID when you
return a voted ballot. Utah vote by mail directions
All Utah elections are held by mail. This means that Utah will automatically send a mail-in ballot to every registered voter for the November 3, 2020 election.
If you need to update your mailing address
permanently, register to vote again using your new mailing address. If you need to update your mailing address
temporarily -- because you will be out of town for the November 3, 2020 election -- request a one-time absentee ballot. How to vote by mail Carefully read and follow the instructions. Fill out all of the required fields. Sign and date the outside envelope. Mail or hand-deliver your ballot to your Local Election Office. Your ballot must be received by the deadline or it will not be counted.
Two important things to note:
The Local Election Office will compare your signature on your voted ballot to the one on your driver’s license and on your voter registration form to make sure they match. So please sign carefully. The post office will deliver your ballot even if you don’t have a stamp as long as you use the return envelope provided by your state. This envelope will say “official election mail.” The USPS will always deliver official election mail -- no stamp needed. Questions? Need help?
local elections office if you have any questions about voting by mail in Utah. Statewide election office
Office of the Lieutenant Governor
P.O. Box 142325
Salt Lake City, UT 84114