- Voter Registration Requirements
- Voter Registration Form
- When Do I Register to Vote?
- Online Voter Registration (www.elections.utah.gov)
- Voter Information Search
- Voter Registration Deadlines
- Absentee Voting Dates
(Voters may choose to vote absentee until the Friday before the election.)
- Absentee/By-Mail Voter Application
- Voting Precincts
.....be a U.S. Citizen
.....be 18 years of age at the time of next election
.....have principle place of residence in a specific voting precinct in Utah
Voter registration forms may be obtained at the Clerk's Office, at your local library, in the telephone book, click on the link below to print a form from this website or register online.
Note: Voters may choose to vote absentee until the Friday before the election. Please remember to print and fill out the form in it's entirety, sign the form and mail to:
Tooele County Clerk
47 South Main, Room #318
Tooele, UT 84074
Postmark Deadline: Voter registration forms must be postmarked at least 30 days before an election in order to vote in that election; or in person in the Clerk's office - 15 days before an election.
When to Re-register: Voter registration is valid for life, unless you
- Change your name, or
- Wish to affiliate with a different party
- Check Registration Status (State of Utah Voter Information website)
- Acceptable Forms of Valid Voter ID
- View Sample Ballot - (sample ballot will be available in September)
- May 27th - By mail deadline
June 9th - In person and online registration 15 days before - can vote early
June 16th - In person and online - cannot vote early
June 17th - Online registration - cannot vote early
June 23rd - Will have to vote provisional, but if a registration is received from a third party by this date and they vote provisional their ballot can count.
Tooele County is only holding a Republican Party Primary. Voters who are registered with another party may affiliate with the Republican Party 30 days before the election. The deadline is May 27th (because Memorial Day is the 26th).
Voters affiliated with any party other than the Constitution Party, Democratic Party, Libertarian Party, Republican Party or Independent American Party are considered unaffiliated. These are the only parties that are recognized by the state at this time.