OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION
Stay safe – Vote from home – Vote by mail
The 2020 Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Ballots will be mailed out to eligible voters, according to voter’s party affiliation, starting around June 9th. Voters must be of legal voting age, citizens of the United States, and reside in the precinct in which they are registered.
Voters can verify their party affiliation, registration status, and view a sample ballot online at www.vote.utah.gov Registered voters who do not receive their ballot by June 18 should contact the Morgan County Elections office at 801- 845-4012.
To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, for the 2020 regular primary election only:
• There will be no in person voting
• There will be no early voting
• The voter registration deadline is June 19
• There will be no same day voter registration
• An individual with a disability who is not able to vote a manual ballot by mail may obtain information on voting in an accessible manner by contacting the Morgan County Elections office at 801-845-4012
A Ballot Drop Box is conveniently located at the Morgan County Courthouse, 48 West Young Street, Morgan, Utah. The drop box is open 24 hours a day until 8 pm on June 30.
Eligibility Rules: The Democratic rules have changed. Registered Democrats and unaffiliated voters (who request the Democratic Ballot) are eligible to vote in the Democratic Primary.
Members of other political parties cannot vote
in the Democratic Primary.
Eligibility Rules: Only registered Republicans are eligible to vote in the Republican Primary.
U.S. House District 1 DARREN PARRY JAMIE CHEEK
U.S. House District 1
BOB STEVENSON BLAKE DIAVID MOORE KERRY W. GIBSON
THOMAS E. WRIGHT/ROB BISHOP SPENCER J. COX/DIEDRE M. HENDERSON JON HUNTSMAN JR./ MICHELLE KAUFUSI GREG HUGHES/VICTOR IVERSON
Attorney General SEAN D. REYES DAVID O. LEAVITT
State senate District 19 JOHN D. JOHNSON JOHNNY FERRY
Republican for County Commission District 3 JARED ANDERSEN CINDY CARTER
Republican for County Commission at Large A MATTHEW WILSON RAELENE BLOCKER
Republican for County Treasurer
ZACH WHITE STEFANI JENSEN
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah Legislature passed HB 3006 which changes how this election will be conducted. To protect your right to vote while maintaining the health of our community please abide by the following deadlines to receive your ballot in the mail and VOTE FROM HOME.
June 9- Ballots mailed to all active/eligible registered voters (will arrive around June 12)
June 18-Contact us if you have not received your ballot in the mail. This will allow time to correct any issues and mail you a new ballot.
June 19 - Last day to register to vote by mail, in person, or electronic. Must be received in the county clerk/auditor's office by 5pm.
June 19- Last day a voter may change political parties and be eligible to vote in a closed Primary Election
Important - Same day registration will NOT be allowed on Election Day. If you are not registered to vote by June 19, you will not be able to vote in-person on Primary Election Day.
June 24 - Early voting will not be available.
June 29 - By mail postmark deadline - if in doubt, place in a ballot drop box
June 30 - Election Day