POLITICS + GOVERNMENT
After a printer snafu, Carbon County gets an extra early voting day
Nov 3, 2022, 11:54 AM
(Laura Seitz/Deseret News)
PRICE, Utah — Voters in Carbon County will get an extra early voting day next week.
After a printing issue with mail-in ballots, Carbon County officials decided to make Monday, Nov. 7 an early-voting day.
Residents of Carbon County will have from 9 a.m. to 6 pm to vote in person on Nov. 7.
Elections officials said this offers more flexibility to those who did not receive their mail-in ballot. Those Carbon County residents that did receive a mail-in ballot will need to have them postmarked by Nov. 7.
It is recommended that mail-in ballots are in the mail by Friday, Nov. 4.
In-person voting on Election Day runs from 7 a.m. through 8 p.m. at local polling locations.
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