Make sure you are registered and your mailing address is up to date.  To determine if you are registered please visit vote.utah.gov, or call our office; 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440

Sign up for text, email, or phone call notification of the status of your mail ballots at: http://ballottrax.utah.gov/

Ballot Progress

 

Ballot Processing Report
Date Not yet processed In process Processed Replicated Waiting to be replicated
6/16 392 392 0 0 0
6/17 483 483 0 0 0
6/21 1095 1095 0 0 0
6/22 1188 1188 0 0 0
6/23 1520 1520 0 0 0
6/24 1786 1786 0 0 0
6/27 2019 2019 0 2 0
6/28 853 853 2047 0 0
6/29 1006 1006 0 0
6/30 255 255 3006 0 0
7/1 260 260 0 0
7/6 159 159 0 0
7/8 0 0 3165 4 0

Total Ballots Processed 3165

Total Ballots Replicated: 6 (Replicated is when a ballot needs to be recreated for whatever reason.)

Total Ballots Adjudicated: 15 (Adjudicated means 2 election officials had to determine voter intent.)

Notices/Sample Ballots/Candidates, etc.
*County Offices – Required Signatures

The below signature requirements are for the following office up for election:

Attorney – Auditor – Clerk – Commission Seats A & B – Sheriff

Constitution Party: 2 Libertarian Party: 1
Democratic Party: 213 Republican Party: 160
Independent American Party: 213 United Utah Party: 213

Packets are due 14 days before the candidates’ party’s convention.

*Signatures must be from Millard County active registered voters with the same party affiliation as the candidate running for office – with the following exceptions:

  • Packets of Candidates affiliated with the Democratic Party, Independent Utah Party and the United Utah Party may also include all voters, regardless of party affiliation.

 

To view drop box locations visit: https://millardcounty.org/faq/drop-box/

2022 Election Results can be found on the 2022 Election Results page.

Notice of Public Hearing on January 4, 2022 for the Secure the Vote Act of 2022 Initiative: More information can be found at: https://www.securevoteutah.org/

Ballots will be mailed 21 days before each election.

If you do not receive a ballot by October 29, 2022 contact our office.  Don’t wait until it is too late.

    • 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

Voters needing assistance are encouraged to contact the Clerk’s Office 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440

Dates to be aware of
Dates to be aware of for the General Election:

August 25

  • Last day that a local political subdivision may approve a bond for the general election and submit it to the election officer.

August 30th

  • Last day for a registered political party that did not have a candidate on a ballot in a primary election, or who had a candidate who won the primary election, to certify the name of another candidate to the appropriate election office in the case of a candidate vacancy (certain circumstances only)

September 5

  • Last day that an eligible voter may file a request with the election officer to submit an argument on a ballot proposition.
  • Last day for a write-in candidate to declare candidacy.
  • Unless otherwise provided for by statute, this is the last day to submit a ballot proposition to the election officer for the regular general election.

September 9th

  • Last day for an individual to request to be placed on the “Do Not Mail” list for the general election.
  • Last day for a voter to submit an argument for/against a special local ballot proposition (i.e., a proposition that is not an initiative or referendum).
  • Last day that a candidate may submit a candidate profile for the regular general election on vote.utah.gov.

September 26th

  • Last day that a voter can submit a rebuttal argument for/against a local ballot proposition (including initiative and referendum propositions).
  • First day that a taxing entity with a local ballot proposition can hold its required public meeting.
  • First day that a local election officer can distribute a local voter information pamphlet.

September 30

  • Financial disclosure report is due for statewide candidates and officeholders, legislative candidates and officeholders, state school board candidates and officeholders, PICs, PACs, labor organizations, and political parties.

October 3

  • Last day that the Lt. Governor’s Office can distribute the statewide voter information pamphlet.

October 18

  • First day to send mail / absentee ballots to active registered voters.
  • Conduct logic and accuracy tests on voting and tabulation equipment at 2:00 p.m..

October 24

  • Last day that a local election officer can distribute a local voter information pamphlet.

October 25 – November 4

  • In-person early voting at the Clerk’s Office 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

October 28

  • In-person early voting at the County Satellite Offices in Delta 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Last day to register to vote for the general election by registering in-person at the county clerk’s office and be able to vote on Election Day without a provisional ballot.
  • Last day to register to vote for the general election and automatically receive a mail ballot OR be able to vote at an early voting location without a provisional ballot. Please note that a voter may request a mail ballot after this date by submitting an absentee ballot request by November 1st.

November 1

  • Last day to send mail / absentee ballots to active registered voters.
  • Financial disclosure report is due for statewide candidates and officeholders, legislative candidates and officeholders, state school board candidates and officeholders, PICs, PACs, labor organizations, political parties, county candidates, and local board of education candidates.

November 3rd

  • Last day for a registered military and overseas voter to request an absentee ballot for the general election.
  • Last day for military and overseas voters to submit a Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB) and its accompanying declaration to simultaneously register to vote and submit a ballot for the general election.

November 4th

  • In-person early voting at the County Satellite Offices in Delta 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Last day that a taxing entity with a local ballot proposition can hold its required public meeting.
  • In-person early voting period ends unless the election official extends early voting in accordance with 20A-3-601(3)(a).

November 7

  • If a mail ballot is delivered in the mail, it must be postmarked or otherwise marked as “received” by the post office on or before this date.

November 8

  • REGULAR GENERAL ELECTION
  • A military and overseas voter must sent their ballot no later than 12:01 am (voter’s local time), or the ballot must be received by the election official no later than the close of polls.

November 10-17

  • A voter who has had their voting eligibility challenged and who registered to vote between 45 days prior to the election and election day may submit information, a sworn statement, supporting documents, affidavits, or other evidence supporting the challenged individual’s eligibility to vote in the election

November 14

  • Last day that a provisional voter who failed to show ID can present valid ID to the county clerk’s office to ensure that their ballot is counted.

November 15-22

  • The county board of canvassers must canvass the results of the general election.
  • Voter must submit an affidavit to resolve a signature discrepancy on a mail ballot (i.e., “cure letter”) by 5:00 p.m. on the day before the canvass.

November 20-25

  • Effective date of a county or municipal initiative petition that was approved by the voters (unless the proposed law specifies another effective date.)

November 22-29

  • Last day for single-county candidates to request a recount.

December 5

  • Last day for multi-county candidates to request a recount.

December 8

  • Candidates for county and local board of education offices must file a financial disclosure report.
  • If there is a tie vote in the general election, this is the last day to hold a public meeting and determine the winner by chance (e.g., coin flip).

December 26- January 2

  • Last day for an individual to file an election contest in district court regarding a general election race.

January 2

  • Newly elected local district trustees are sworn in.
  • Terms for local board of education members and county officers begin.
Ballot Drop Box Locations https://millardcounty.org/faq/drop-box/
Voters needing assistance with their mailed ballot 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 Millard County Clerk’s Office 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440
·         All ballots will be in the form of paper and will be mailed to each registered voter eligible to vote the upcoming Election.  If you have ballot issues: did not receive a ballot, tore or damaged your ballot, please contact the Clerk’s Office ASAP.

·         If you would prefer to vote in person, rather than mailing your ballot through the mail, please bring in the ballot that was mailed to you, along with a picture ID to one of the two vote centers during early voting or on Election Day;  OR

·         Personally drop your ballot in one of the outside drop boxes; 24 hours a day, up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day (see locations above).  Drop boxes are a convenient way of returning your ballot without having to use a stamp to mail, or to avoid long wait lines at a vote center.

·         If mailing your ballot, it must be postmarked on or before the Monday before the election in order for it to be counted.

·         Ballots cannot be forwarded, not even from a street address to a post office box, or vice versa.  To ensure you receive your ballot, visit vote.utah.gov to make sure your mailing address is current.

Ballots will be processed (i.e. signature verification; opening ballots; scanning ballots; adjudicating ballots; replicating damaged or defective ballots; and or tabulating votes)  Monday – Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., excluding holidays, at the Millard County Clerk’s Office.

The 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. (Read the Media Advisory Notice from the LG’s Office)

The 2022 Primary Election will be a closed Primary; therefore, in order to receive a ballot, you must affiliate with a political party; or choose an open party’s ballot before the deadline (March 31, 2022).  

Important Information Regarding your June 28, 2022, Primary Election Ballot

Some Political Parties have chosen to close their June 28, 2022, Primary Election.  The deadline to change party affiliation from one party to a different party is Thursday, March 31, 2022.

Parties who have closed their Primary (a voter must be affiliated with these Parties to be eligible to vote their ballot) Parties who have an open Primary (a voter does not need to be affiliated with these Parties to be eligible to vote their ballot)
·         The Constitution Party

·         The Libertarian Party

·         The Republican Party

·         The Democratic Party

·         The Independent Party

·         The United Utah Party

Affiliated Voters (a voter affiliated with a particular party):

  • If the Party has a primary election, voters affiliated with that Party will automatically receive that Party’s ballot. If the Party does not have an election, these voters will need to request a different party’s ballot to vote, by doing 1 of the following:
    • Affiliate with the party who has a closed primary before the deadline (Thursday, March 31, 2022); or
    • Request a ballot for an open party’s primary.
  • To do either option, fill out and return the attached form found by clicking on “affiliation letter” , or electronically by visiting voter.utah.gov before the deadline (March 31, 2022).

Unaffiliated Voters (a voter not affiliated with a party):

  • These voters will NOT automatically receive a ballot. To receive a ballot, these voters must request a ballot, by doing one of the following:
    • Affiliate with the party who has a closed primary; or
    • Request a ballot for an open party’s primary.
  • To do either option, fill out and return the attached form found by clicking on “affiliation letter” , or electronically by visiting voter.utah.gov before the deadline (March 31, 2022), or visit a vote center during early voting or on Election Day.

To see if you are registered with a Party refer to the postcard you should’ve just received in the mail; visit: vote.utah.gov; or call the Clerk’s Office: 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440.  If you have any questions, please contact our office at 435-743-6223; 435-864-2440; mrowley@co.millard.ut.us

Federal/State Offices – Required Signatures

The below signature requirements are for the following office up for election:

U.S. Senate: 28,000 Utah Senate: 2,000
U.S. House of Rep: 7,000 Utah House of Representatives: 1,000
State Treasurer: 28,000 State School Board

To view the 2022 Official Election Notice and/or Candidate Signature Requirements posted by the State of Utah Office of the Lieutenant Governor visit: vote.utah.gov.

In an effort to better inform voters about Utah’s new primary election process, the Lieutenant Governor’s office has produced a short, animated video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiyUHtASqS8

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