Election Info

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Election Information

2024 Election Dates
Candidate Filing Period January 2 – 8, 2024
Party Affiliation Deadline* January 9, 2024 @ 5:00 pm
Presidential Preference Primary March 5, 2024
State Primary Election June 25, 2024
General Election November 5, 2024
*Your party affiliation determines the ballot you receive and which primary caucus you may participate in. A voter may only vote in one political party primary election.

To check your voter registration, visit

Sample Ballot
CLick here to view a Sample Ballot.

Notice of Early Voting
Click here to view Notice of Early Voting Location(s)

2024 Candidate Filing
Candidate Filing Week is January 2nd – 8th, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

2024 Candidacy Requirements

Declaration of Candidacy Reports

Voter Registration Dates

Party Affiliation Deadline Current party affiliation cannot be changed after January 9th at 5pm. Changes will become active after the June 25, 2024 primary election.
(Does not affect UNAFFILIATED voters.)
By Mail Deadline 11 Days before Election Day
Any eligible voter may mail in a completed Utah Mail in Voter Registration Form must be postmarked NO LATER than June 14, 2024.
County Clerk’s Office Deadline 11 Days before Election Day
Any person may deliver a completed Utah Voter Registration Form to our County Office on or before June 14, 2024.
Driver License Deadline (Driver License Division) 11 Days before Election Day
Any eligible voter who completes a Utah Voter Registration Form from the Utah Driver License Division must do so IN PERSON on or before June 14, 2024.
Online Deadline ( 11 Days before Election Day
Any eligible voter may complete an online voter registration form at on or before June 14, 2024.
* Voters who are not registered, but are otherwise eligible to vote, may vote provisionally in person on Election Day.
Absentee Ballot Request Deadline 7 days before Election Day
Any registered voter may fill out an Absentee Ballot application online on or before June 18, 2024.
Or any registered voter may deliver, in person or by mail an Absentee Ballot application to the Washington County Clerk’s Office on or before June 18, 2024. Office hours are 8am to 5pm.
Voters who cannot vote a manual ballot may contact the County Clerk’s office for accessible voting options.

Election Public Notices, News, and Updates

Public Notices
Ballot Processing Schedule

Voting Locations

Vote by Mail Information
Vote by Mail FAQs
Ballot Drop Box Locations
Vote Center Locations

Election Results

State of Utah Election Results
Current Election Results
Previous Election Results
Ballot Statistics
Campaign Financial Report

General Voter Information

Voter Registration: Want to review your voter registration? Learn more about the candidates? Visit for election information needs.

Voter ID Requirements: What do you need to bring with you on election day? 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 has your photograph OR TWO forms of ID that, when combined, prove your name and current residence. For more information, visit

Voter Alternate Address Request: Going to be away from home for an upcoming election and still want to vote? Submit a Voter Alternate Address Form form to your County office.

Ballot Status: Want to track the status of your ballot? The State of Utah now offers ballotrax for your tracking needs.

Affidavit of Ballot Signature (Cure Letter): Did you receive notification from our office that your ballot could not be counted? The Affidavit of Ballot Signature form can be found below. This form must be returned to our office no later than three (3) days before the Canvass.
Affidavit of Ballot Signature (Cure Letter).

Notice for Voters with Disabilities: Utah has a program that may assist you in voting independently from home. Contact the Washington County Clerk/Auditor office at 435-301-7248 or for more information about accessible voting assistance.

Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA): There are special registration and absentee voting provisions for military and overseas civilians. Please see UOCAVA Military and Overseas Voter Letter.

Voter Registration Cancellation: Voters who need to cancel their Washington County Voter Registration can do so by filling out a Voter Roll Removal Form.

Voter Information Request (PSR): Interested in submitting a voter information request? Please submit the form found here.

Precinct Maps: Using the maps found here, you can locate your voting precinct.

Election Education Videos Provided by Utah Association of Counties:

Secure Information Secure Voting Machines Secure Scanners Secure Ballots
Secure Identification Secure Location Secure Choice

Petition and Referendum Report

Information regarding petitions and referendum reports can be found here.

Get Involved

Interested in the elections process? Washington County is seeking individuals to work during election season at the polling locations and ballot processing center. View election related job postings here.

Want to get involved with your local party**?

Constitution Party Democratic Party (State) Democratic Party (Local) Independent American Party No Labels Party
Libertarian Party Utah Forward Party Republican Party (State) Republican Party (Local) United Utah Party

**Note Washington County does not promote or take preference to any political party. The links above are provided as a resource only.

Contact Information

Washington County Election Department
111 East Tabernacle Street
St. George, UT 84770-3443
Phone: (435) 301-7248
Fax: (435) 301-7249
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