It’s Election Day in Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — Election Day is here and there are a few ways to make sure your vote counts.
— Nick Wyatt (@NickWyattNews) November 2, 2021
There are a handful of mayoral, city council, and school board races being decided Tuesday, November 2nd.
In-person voting is an option for those who prefer a traditional approach. For Salt Lake County residents, there are 22 voting centers available. Provided a person lives in the county, they can vote at any of those vote centers. Each location is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
For those who want to keep things easy, they can simply bring their completed mail-in ballot to a vote center or dropbox. Those must be dropped by 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Many cities are using ranked-choice voting for the first time today. This method allows voters to select an initial choice, as well as second and third choice.
More information about the candidates and how to vote can be found at vote.utah.gov.
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