Where to Vote In-Person Or Drop Off Mail-In Ballots On Election Day
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – If you did not get your mail-in ballot to a mailbox by 5 p.m. Monday, your only options for voting in the 2020 general election are to drop off your mail-in ballot or vote in-person.
Mail-in ballots must be postmarked by Nov. 2.
Utahns can drop off their mail-in ballot at a polling site or at specially marked drive-up or walk-up boxes by 8 p.m. Tuesday night.
You can also vote in-person; polls close at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
As of this moment 1,000,000 Utah voters have voted. That's more than 4/5 (87%) of the entire turnout in 2016!
Ballots must be postmarked today (11/2) or dropped at a drop box by 8pm tomorrow (11/3).
— Vote Utah (@ElectionsUtah) November 2, 2020
All drop off locations, as well as in-person voting locations, can be found online here.
The website allows you to type in your address for a list of all the locations where you can drop off your mail-in ballot or vote in person.
In order to vote in Utah, you need a valid voter ID.
If you are not already registered to vote and are voting with a provisional ballot, you will need to show two acceptable forms of ID: one that verifies identity and one for proof of residence.
If you are already registered to vote in Utah, you must have:
One primary form of ID that is valid (not expired), has your name and photograph. These types of IDs include:
- Valid Utah driver license
- Valid ID card issued by the state of Utah or the U.S. Government
- Utah concealed carry permit
- US passport
- Tribal ID card (does not require a photograph)
Two forms of ID that ber the name of the voter and provide evidence that the voter resides in the voting precinct, which may include:
- Utility bill dated within 90 days of the election
- Bank or another financial account statement
- Certified birth certificate
- Valid Social Security card
- Check issued by the state or federal government
- Currently valid Utah hunting or fishing license
- Currently valid U.S. military ID card
- Certified naturalization documents (NOT a green card)
- Certified copy of court records showing the voter’s adoption or name change
- Bureau of Indian Affairs card
- Tribal treaty card
- Valid Medicaid or Medicare or Electronic Benefits Transfer card
- Valid ID card issued by a local government within Utah
- Valid ID card issued by an employer
- Valid ID card issued by a college, university, technical school, or professional school in Utah
- Current Utah vehicle registration
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