Organization : Utah Lieutenant Governor Elections
Facility : Register to Vote
State : Utah
Country : United States
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Register to Vote :
You may use the voter registration website to :
** Register to vote in Utah
** Change your name or address on your voter registration record
** Affiliate with a party or change your party affiliation
** Register to vote by mail
Personal Information :
** Enter House Number
Example: If your address is 340 South Main Street, only type 340 for the house number.
** Enter Utah Driver License or State Identification #
** Enter Date of Birth
Voter address MUST be same as Driver License address for instant, online registration.
You don’t need to proceed if you are already registered to vote where you currently live unless you want to change your party affiliation, change your address or change your vote by mail options.
This form must be submitted online at least 7 days before an election to be eligible to vote in that election. If this form is sent by mail, it must be postmarked at least 30 days before an election to be eligible to vote in that election.
In accordance with section 20A-2-401, the penalty for willfully causing, procuring, or allowing yourself to be registered to vote if you know you are not entitled to vote is up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $2,500.
** Voter registration records are considered public under Utah Code § 63G-2-301, excluding driver license or identification card numbers, Social Security numbers, and email addresses.
** The portion of a voter registration form that lists a person’s date of birth is a private record, the use of which is restricted to government officials, government employees, political parties or certain other persons.
** If you believe that disclosure of any information contained in this voter registration form to a person other than a government official or government employee is likely to put you or a member of your household’s life or safety at risk, or to put you or a member of your household at risk of being stalked or harassed, you may apply to the lieutenant governor or your county clerk to have your entire voter registration record classified as private.