Here you can find all the information you need to understand and engage with Millard County election processes.

NOTE: The 2022 Declaration of Filing Period has changed to Monday, February 28, 2022 through March 4, 2022, which also changes the deadline date for filing Intent to Gather Signatures to March 4, 2022.

Information regarding the 2022 Election can be viewed by clicking on the link.

Sign up for text, email, or phone call notification of the status of your mail ballots at:

Please note: Millard County’s ballot envelopes are a little different from this video and we don’t have all the expensive equipment; however, the processes are the same.

To ensure you receive a ballot, make sure you are registered and your mailing address is up to date.  To determine if you are registered, or to check that your voter registration is current, please visit, or call our office; 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440.  

Ballots be mailed approximately 21 days before each election.

If you do not receive a ballot, please contact our office and please DO NOT wait until it is too late.

How and when to return your ballot:

By Mail:

By Mail – Your ballot MUST be postmarked no later than the Monday before the election, in order for it to be counted.  (It is always good practice, as it gets closer to Election Day, to request a postmark on your ballot, when dropping it off at the post office.  This will eliminate the chance of your ballot not being counted due to it not being postmarked in time.)


Drop Box

Drop Box – Drop Boxes allow voters to drop their voted ballot, sealed in the signed envelope, at any one of the locations without having to put a stamp on the envelope.   Ballots dropped at drop boxes are regularly retrieved by election staff and delivered to the Clerk’s Office for counting on Election Day.

Secure Ballot Drop Boxes will be available at the following locations:

Location Address Days/Hours
Millard County Satellite Offices 71 S 200 W Delta Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Millard County Clerk’s Office 765 S Hwy 99, Ste. 6 Fillmore Inside M-F 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; excluding holidays
Public Safety Building


765 S Hwy 99 Fillmore Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Millard County Offices 50 S Main Fillmore Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Hinckley Town Office 161 E 300 N Hinckley Inside M-F 9:00 am to 1:00 pm; excluding holidays
Holden Town Post Office 56 N Main St. Holden Inside M-F 8:30 am – 12:00 pm; 1:00 pm – 4:45 pm & Sat 8:30 am – 11:45 am; excluding holidays
Kanosh Town Building 55 N Main Kanosh Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Four Points Health 157 N Reservation Dr. Kanosh Inside M-F 8:30 am – 1:00 pm & 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm; excluding holidays
Leamington Town Office 61 W Main St. Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Lynndyl Town Office 98 E Center Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Meadow Town Office 45 South 100 East Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Oak City Town Office 30 W Center Oak City Outside 24 hours/7 days a week
Scipio Town Hall 6 Norht State St. Outside 24 hours/7 days a week

Note:  All 24-hour ballot boxes will be locked at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Polling Locations (Vote Centers)

Polling Locations (Vote Centers) – Election Day – Two vote centers will be available on Election Day and during Early Voting, for those who may require assistance, or may have issues with their ballot, i.e.: spoiled, torn or damaged, or did not receive a ballot, need to make name and/or address changes, missed the deadline to register to vote, etc., or simply wish to hand deliver their voted ballot.

  • Millard County Clerk’s Office; 765 S Hwy 99, Ste. 6, Fillmore, Utah, open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. (Park in the North parking lot.  Enter through the doors that directly face the Hospital, which is located across the street) and follow the “Vote Arrows”.)
  • Millard County Satellite Offices; 71 S 200 W, Delta, Utah, open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.  (Park in any available parking spot in front or on the side of the building.  Enter through the main doors that face West.  Head straight back through to the Courtroom, just follow the “Vote Arrows”.)

All voters registered in Millard County may drop off their voted ballot, in the sealed envelope, at any of the two vote centers (listed above) during County, State or Federal elections and the 2021 Municipal Election, or at any of the drop box locations:

All ballots will be paper ballots, with the exception of those who may require assistance via an electronic vote machine with accessible features (e.g. audio ballot, touch screen, large print, high contrast).  All ballots will be mailed to the mailing address we have on file for each active registered voter, so be sure to update your mailing address with our office.   Also, remember to sign the return envelope, where indicated, and include a telephone number and/or email address to help us contact you if there is an issue with your signature.  Ballots of those whose signature is challenged cannot be counted until the signature is remedied.

Election staff will be present on Election Day and during Early Voting to assist voters who require special amenities, did not receive a ballot for whatever reason, missed the deadline to register to vote and/or have issues with their ballot, etc..

To ensure that you receive a ballot, please make sure your mailing address is up to date and that you are a registered voter by visiting, or calling our office 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440.

Please note: No voter will be turned away due to not being registered, missing information, proof of identity and/or residency, etc..  In these cases a voter will be offered a provisional ballot on Election Day or during Early Voting.  By voting a provisional ballot it will allow the voter until the Monday after the Election to provide whatever information is needed so the Clerk’s Office can determine the voter’s eligibility.  If eligibility is verified, the ballot will be counted during the Canvass.  If the ballot cannot be counted the voter will be notified.

If you have been previously incarcerated for a felony conviction but are no longer incarcerated, OR are currently incarcerated pre-trial or for misdemeanor conviction you are eligible to register and vote in Utah.

  • If you cannot read or mark a mailed ballot, we can provide assistance or the use of a ballot marking device with accessible features (e.g. audio ballot, touch screen, large print, high contrast).  If you need assistance with voting your ballot or you have ballot issues, please contact the Clerk’s Office 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440

This Flyer was mailed to every mailing address in Millard County in the year 2016 , which informed voters of the major change to vote by mail.   The Vote By Mail Path of Your Ballot  flyer shows the process of a ballot once it is mailed to the voter.

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