ID required to vote early in primary
The early-voting period is underway and voters must show a government-issued photo identification to cast ballots. Early voting for the June 22 primary election runs until June 18.
Voters may show a valid Utah driver license, photo identification issued by the federal government, a Utah concealed-weapon permit, U.S. passport or tribal ID card, Chief Deputy Summit County Clerk Ryan Cowley said.
Or they may show two of the following: current utility bill, bank or financial statement, certified birth certificate, Social Security card, check issued by the state or federal government, paycheck from voter’s employer, current Utah hunting or fishing license, current U.S. military ID card, certified naturalization document, current valid license issued by a federal agency, certified copy of court records showing adoption name change, Bureau of Indian Affairs card, Medicaid or Medicare card, current ID card issued by a local government in Utah and a current valid vehicle registration. At least one of these must list the voter’s current home address.
Touch-screen machines have been set up in Coalville, Kamas, Park City and the Snyderville Basin. Voting hours are from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Those who registered to vote at least 30 days prior to June 22 may cast ballots early at these locations:
Voters who are unable to show proper identification may cast provisional ballots. Following the election they will have about five days to present ID to the Summit County clerk for their votes to count. For more information, call 435-336-3204.
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