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2022 General Election Voter Information
The 2022 General Election is approaching quickly!  The Utah County Elections Division has prepared the following information for you.

If voters have any 2022 General Election questions, please contact the Utah County elections office by email Elections@UtahCounty.Gov or by calling our office at 801-851-8128.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • When will I receive my ballot?
    • Ballots will be mailed to voters the week of October 17.
  • I didn’t receive my ballot. What should I do?
    • If a voter does not receive their ballot by October 22, direct them to contact the elections division.
  • I received a ballot for a voter that doesn’t live here anymore. What should I do?
    • The envelope that is mailed to voters has brief and clear instructions. The instructions read, “If this voter no longer resides at this address, please call or email the Utah County Elections Division.”
  • How do I check my voter registration?
    • Voters can go online to Voter.Utah.Gov and look up their voter registration.
  • How will I know when I’m mailed my ballot? How will I know that the elections division received my ballot?
    • Voters can register for text/email/voice push notifications for the status of their ballot. They can register for these updates by visiting BallotTrax.Utah.Gov. This service is free.
  • Where can I look up more information about the election?

Sample Ballot

  • A copy of the sample ballot is attached.  The sample ballot is a master ballot that contains all races, contests, and questions on any ballot in Utah County. Voters will only receive a ballot for races, contests, and questions in their precinct. The sample ballot is for informational purposes only.
  • Voters can access candidate profiles by visiting voter.utah.gov.

 

Dates and Deadlines

  • October 17 - Ballots are mailed to voters the week of October 17. Drop boxes are open from October 17 through November 8 for voters to return their voted ballot. Drop box locations can be found online by visiting UtahCounty.Vote
  • October 18 - Ballot Center Tour at 3:00 pm. This is open to the general public and registration is not required.
  • October 19 - Ballot Center Tour at 6:00 pm. This is open to the general public and registration is not required.
  • October 22 - If a voter has not received their ballot, they should contact the Elections Division.
  • October 28 - Voter registration deadline for the upcoming election. (If a voter misses this deadline, they can update their voter registration or register to vote at a vote center on Election Day)
  • November 2 - Early Voting begins on November 2 and ends on November 7. Early Voting hours are 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
  • November 7 - Postmark deadline for voters who return their ballot through the postal service.
  • November 8 - ELECTION DAY! Voters can vote at a vote center between 7:00 am - 8:00 pm. Voters can drop off their voted ballots at any official election drop boxes until 8:00 pm. For a list of drop box locations and vote centers, visit UtahCounty.Vote. Preliminary election results will be posted as early as 8:00 pm on our website UtahCounty.Vote.
  • November 21 - Cure letters are due to the election’s office.
  • November 22 - Election results are certified by the Board of Canvassers. The election results are not final or certified until declared so by the Board of Canvassers.

 

Drop Boxes and Security Cameras

  • Drop boxes will be unlocked by Monday, October 17 so voters can put their ballots in the drop box.
  • Drop boxes will be locked promptly at 8 PM on Tuesday, November 8.
  • You may notice an increase in traffic at your location close to and on Election Day.
  • Ballot pick-up teams will start picking ballots up as early as next Wednesday, October 19.
  • The solar security cameras have been installed.  
  • The footage recorded on the solar security cameras will mitigate the need for the city the fulfill the multiple GRAMA requests.
  • If you notice any suspicious activity at or near a drop box, please report it to the elections office immediately by calling 801.851.8128.

 (Please Note: This general election is being administered by the Utah County Elections Office and is not a Lindon City Municipal Election)