Eleven days or more before an election, a person may register to vote in person at the County Clerk’s office.
Register to vote at the following agencies at least 11 days before an election:
∙ The Drivers License Division
∙ Division of Workforce Services
∙ Utah State Department of Health
∙ Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Offices
∙ The Division of Services for People with Disabilities
∙ The Department of Rehabilitation
∙ Public colleges and Universities
Voters who fail to register before the 11 day deadline will still be able to vote provisionally. To vote a Provisional Ballot you must show proof of residency and identification. Proof of residency must contain the voter’s name and the street address of its residence. A list of valid Identification can be found by visiting: https://voteinfo.utah.gov/voter-id-requirements/. If you fail to bring this information with you, you will have until 5:00 p.m., the Monday after Election Day to provide this information to the Clerk’s Office so your ballot can be counted.
Register to Vote Online
Now its easier than ever to register online! Simply visit the Online Voter Registration website to find out more. You need to have a current Utah Driver’s License or ID Card in order to register using the online system.
You may use the voter registration website to:
∙ Register to vote in Utah
∙ Change your name and/or address on your voter registration record
∙ Affiliate with a party or change your party affiliation
Your Online Voter Registration must be submitted 11 days prior to the upcoming election to be eligible to vote in that election.
If you want to register online to vote, your address must match the address on file with the Driver License Division (DLD). If your address with the DLD is not current, you may update that online at their website by clicking here. This must be done before submitting your online voter registration. After updating your address please allow 24 hours before returning to register to vote online.
If your address is not current with DLD you may still use the online voter registration system, but you will be required to print the form, sign it and mail it or bring it in to the Clerk’s Office .
Formulario nacional de inscripcin de votantes, as required by Section 203 of the Federal Voting Rights Act, click here.
Absentee Voting Information
How can I obtain an absentee ballot?
All Millard County voters will receive a ballot through the mail. If you need a ballot mailed temporarily mailed to an address different from your residence mailing address, simply fill out an absentee ballot application and return to the Clerk’s Office.
Request an Absentee Ballot:
Request an absentee ballot using the online voter registration form or by completing an absentee ballot application form.
Ballot Application Deadlines and Submission Information:
All completed absentee ballot application forms should be filed with the appropriate election officer [Millard County Clerk’s Office; 765 South Hwy 99, Ste. 6, Fillmore Utah] no later than the Thursday before election day.
Military and overseas ballots will be mailed 45 days before an election; all other by-mail ballots will be mailed 21 days before an election.
Register to Vote By Mail
You may obtain the form for mail-in voter registration at the following links:
Utah Voter Registration Form
Utah Absentee Application Form
National Voter Registration Form (available in both English and Spanish, as required by Section 203 of the Voting rights Act).
Once completed, mail the form to your [county clerk’s office].
All documents must be postmarked 11 days before the election to be registered for the upcoming election.
Overseas & Military Voters
The State of Utah is striving to make voting for military and overseas voters as simple and convenient as possible.
Utah is participating in a Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) program in association with Everyone Counts that allows military and overseas voters to use an online ballot marking tool. For more information visit: https://www.fvap.gov/.
The deadline to apply for a military-overseas ballot is the Thursday before the election.
A military/overseas voter can request that their ballot be sent by mail, fax or email.
There are multiple options for military and overseas voters to get registered to vote and to request a ballot:
Utah Online Voter Registration Website (must have a current driver license)
Utah Absentee Ballot Application
Overseas Vote Foundation
For information on casting your ballot, click here or email email@example.com. Military and overseas ballots will be mailed by 45 days before and election; all other by-mail ballots will be mailed 21 days before an election.