Super Tuesday March 3, 2020
The 2020 Utah Democratic Presidential Primary is on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, and this is a vote by mail election. All registered Democrats should receive a primary ballot in the mail in mid-February. If you do not receive a ballot, call the Wasatch County Clerk at 435-657-3190 or visit the office at 25 N Main Street, Heber City.
We frequently hear that people have questions about who can vote in the Utah Presidential Primary, so we will try to answer your questions here. The Democratic party has an open primary and all voters regardless of party affiliation can vote in its presidential primary. The Republican Primary is a closed primary and only voters who are affiliated with the Republican Party may vote in its presidential primary election. If you are not affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican Party and want to vote, here are your options:
If you want to vote in the Democratic Presidential Primary Election, contact the Wasatch County Clerk to request a ballot. You do not need to affiliate with the Democratic Party to receive a Democratic ballot.
If you want to vote in the Republican Presidential Primary Election, contact the Wasatch County Clerk to request a ballot. You must affiliate with the Republican Party to receive a Republican ballot.
Remember, you can only vote in one primary election.
If you wish to vote in person, visit the Wasatch County Clerk’s office during early voting February 25-28, 2020, from 8 am to 5 pm or on Primary Election Day, March 3, 2020, from 7 am to 8 pm and request a ballot from a poll worker.
If you are returning your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by March 2, 2020. To be safe, you should have it in the mail by February 28, 2020. You can also drop your ballot off in person at the only ballot drop-off location in Wasatch County, at the Wasatch County Clerk’s office, 25 N Main Street, Heber City.