Getting Registered to Vote

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Getting Registered to Vote

Karrie Norton

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 Voting is a right held by every free American citizen and everyone should exercise their right in the upcoming election, but first, you’ll have to register to vote. Any person who is either of the age 18 or will be by November 6th, should take a few moments from their day and register to vote. If you didn’t get the chance to register to vote at the booth that was set up in the Commons on Wednesday 29th, here are some simple steps you need to take in order to become a registered voter in Utah.

  • Online
    • If you have valid Utah drivers license or I.D. card and your address is up to date, you are able to register online. Visit https://secure.utah.gov/voterreg/index.html to register to vote online, but be sure to submit several days before the election date.
  • By Mail
  • In Person
    • You also have the option of registering to vote in person at any utah DMV, and you’re able to do so when you’re applying or renewing your driver’s license. You can also register at your local county clerk’s office, public colleges or other approved locations. Make sure you are registered 30 days before election day if you choose this method.

If you have any further questions on registering to vote, please visit https://www.dmv.org/ut-utah/voter-registration.php.

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