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Organization : Utah Lieutenant Governor Elections
Facility : Search Provisional Ballot Status
State : Utah
Country : United States

Search Here : http://vote.utah.gov/vote/app/provisionalBallot/index.html
Home Page : http://www.elections.utah.gov/

** Please enter your county and provisional ballot number
** Click Get Provisional Ballot Status Button

Verifying and counting provisional ballots takes place following election day. Your provisional ballot status may not be available until all ballots are counted two weeks after the election.

Instructions for Filing as a Federal Candidate** :
Presidential Candidates Affiliated with a Party :
One or more of Utah’s registered political parties, including the Republican Party, has indicated that they may select presidential candidates by way of a party caucus instead of participating in the June presidential primary. Candidates should confirm with their party which method the party will select candidates for the general election. If a caucus does occur, Presidential candidates affiliated with a party do not need to follow the procedures outlined below.

Primary Election:
Presidential candidates affiliation with a registered political party may be selected through the regular state primary election held on June 28, 2016. Candidates should confirm with their party whether the party will participate in the presidential primary. If a candidate’s registered political party intents to participate in the presidential primary, the presidential candidate for that party (or a designated agent) must file a declaration of candidacy in person in the Lieutenant Governor’s office between March 11, 2016 and 5pm on March 17, 2016. Each candidate (or designated agent) must pay a $500 filing fee and provide a letter from the registered political party certifying that the candidate may participate as a candidate in that party’s presidential primary election (See UCA 20A-9-201(6)).

Summary :
** Between March 11, 2016 and 5pm on March 17, 2016, the candidate (or designated agent) must file a declaration of candidacy form in person in the Lieutenant Governor’s office.
** Candidate must pay a $500 filing fee.
** Candidate must provide a letter from the party certifying the candidate.
Primary Election Date: June 28, 2016

Unaffiliated Candidates (Also Referred to as Independent) :
** Candidates who do not wish to affiliate with a ballot-approved political party may appear on the ballot by submitting a petition.
** Candidates for the office of President or US Senator must submit a petition with the signatures of at least 1,000 registered Utah voters.
** Candidates for the US House of Representatives must submit a petition with the signatures of at least 300 registered voters residing within the political division or at least 5% of the registered voters residing within a political division, whichever is less, when the nomination is for an office to be filled by the voters of any political division smaller than the state.
** The names on the petition must be verified by the county clerk(s) as registered voters.
** After the petition has been verified, candidates for U.S. Senate and U.S. House should file the petition and a certificate of nomination with the Lieutenant Governor’s Office between March 11, 2016 and 5pm on March 17, 2016.
** Presidential candidates (or a designated agent) must file the petition and a certificate of nomination between March 11, 2016 and 5pm on August 15, 2016.
** Unaffiliated candidates are required to pay the same filing fees as all other federal office candidates.

Write-in Candidates :
** To become a valid write-in candidate for a federal office, an individual must file a Declaration of Write-In Candidacy no later than 5pm on September 9, 2016.
** Individuals filing for President may have a designated agent file for them.
** Federal office candidates must file the declaration in person with the Lt. Governor’s Office.
** Write-in candidates must meet the qualifications required for the federal office they are seeking.
** Filing the Declaration of Write-In Candidacy means that write-in votes for the candidate will be counted.
** The candidate’s name will not appear on the ballot

Contact Us :
Utah State Capitol
Suite 220
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
(801) 538-1041
(800) 995-VOTE
Fax: (801) 538-1133
E-mail: elections@utah.gov

Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm
Directions :
Our office is in the Capitol building on the second floor in Suite 220.

Directions from the South: Take I-15 to the 600 SO. exit- EXIT 310. Turn LEFT (North) onto STATE ST. Continue to follow STATE ST. until you reach the capitol. Merge right on 300 North and follow the road. Turn left at the guard station and park in the East Building parking lot. Our office is in the Capitol building on the second floor in Suite 220.

Directions from the North: Take I-15 South to EXIT 315 toward BECK ST. Turn LEFT onto 300 North. Remain on road as it turns north. Turn left at the guard station and park in the East Building parking lot. Our office is in the Capitol building on the second floor in Suite 220.

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