Voter Information

Election Information March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election

• Utah law allows each political party to determine who may vote in their Primary Election
• The Party determines the rules not Weber County Elections

All registered voters will be eligible to participate in the November elections regardless of party affiliation.

Registered Republicans will automatically be mailed a Republican ballot. Unaffiliated voters may join the Republican Party to become eligible to vote. Voters registered with any other recognized political party in Utah are not eligible for the Republican ballot.

Registered Democrats will automatically be mailed a Democratic ballot. Unaffiliated voters and any other registered voter may request a Democratic ballot regardless of party affiliation.

Voters may only vote one ballot per election; ballots will start arriving around February 14.

Feb 3 – Last day a voter may change their political party and be eligible to vote in a closed Primary Election

Unaffiliated voters may join a political party up to and on Election Day (Mar 3).

Feb 11 – Ballots mailed to all active/eligible registered voters (will arrive around Feb 14)
Feb 25 – Last day by mail ballots are sent out
Feb 26 – Early voting begins at the Weber Center (2380 Washington Blvd Ogden)

               Feb 26     11am-6pm
               Feb 27     11am-6pm
               Feb 28     11am-6pm
               Mar 2       11am-6pm

Mar 2 – By mail postmark deadline – if in doubt, place it in a ballot drop box

Mar 3 – Election Day – In-person voting from 7am – 8pm at Union Station or ballot drop boxes – up until 8pm at every city hall, county library, or Weber State University.

Online & In-Person                         Feb 25
Mail-In & Registration Drives          Feb 3

To research candidate profiles, and to update your voter registration, visit:

Results will be posted on the Weber County Elections website around 9pm after the polls close. Visit for updates.