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Utah's Election Laws & Resources

The first Tuesday in November is Election Day. You can learn a lot about the state's election process online!

If you've ever wondered about Utah's election laws, you can find them in Utah Code Title 20A.

The state's Elections Office has voter, candidate, and lobbyist registration information. You can find local polling stations, read candidate financial disclosures, or learn what it takes to be a candidate.

Odd numbered years are generally reserved for municipal and local officer elections. The Elections Office has a directory of county clerks, who you can contact for information on candidates running in local elections.

For historical voting results, check out the Elections Office's Election Results page, where you can find county voting results for elections back to 1960.


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