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How can I vote on Election Day? What Utahns need to know if they haven't cast a ballot yet

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Primary Election ballots will be cast and counted on June 30, 2020. County clerks throughout the state are gearing up for an entirely mail-in election. (Photo: KUTV)

Utahns who haven’t cast a ballot yet for the June 30 primary have one or two options, depending on where they live.

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  • Seven counties are offering at least one Election Day drive-thru: Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, Box Elder, Tooele and Iron counties.

“It’s going to be a little hectic at first, but we’ve done everything we can to try to put up signs, and we have traffic people,” said Amelia Powers Gardner, Utah County clerk/auditor.

The largest site in Utah County, across from Lavell Edwards Stadium in Provo, may accommodate 4,000 to 5,000 people throughout the day. The county also has three other sites offering ballot replacement.

  • Most Utahns vote by mail, and that’s the only option in the other 22 counties. Ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday. If you put the ballot in the mailbox too late in the day, it may be a day late — and not counted. Counties also have ballot drop boxes.

Check with your local county clerk’s office with questions or visit to figure out your options.

There is no same-day voter registration. Unaffiliated voters can select a party, but registered Republicans and Democrats cannot switch parties.