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What is early voting?

Section 20A-3-601 of the Utah Code allows voters to cast their votes in person up to 14 days before Election Day.  The goal of early voting is to increase participation in the voting process and to relieve congestion and long lines at the polls on Election Day.  A voter need not provide a reason why they wish to vote early.


Who can early vote?

Any person who is registered to vote may vote early.

During State and County Election years, any Weber County voter may vote at any early voting site in Weber County.

During Municipal Election years, early voting will be city specific.  If a voter lives in Ogden they can only vote at the Ogden early voting sites. If a voter lives in Roy they can only vote at the Roy early voting sites.

Who should early vote?

Any registered voter who does not want to stand in long lines on Election Day or who will be out of town on Election Day.  Generally waiting lines are short or non-existent; and parking is readily available.

When is early voting?

For the 2014 General Election, early voting will be held Tuesday, October 21st through Friday, October 31st. Voting hours will be held on Saturday, October 25th with no voting on Sunday, October 26th. Specific hours at each location will be announced in September.

Where can I go to early vote?   

2014 Early Voting Locations
Marriott-Slaterville City Hall

1570 W 400 N, Marriott-Slaterville

North Ogden City Offices

505 E 2600 N, North Ogden

Ogden Valley Branch Library

131 S 7400 E, Huntsville

Roy Municipal Building

5051 S 1900 W, Roy

South Ogden Municipal Building

3950 S Adams Ave, South Ogden

The Weber Center

2380 Washington Blvd., Ogden