Early voting is determined before each primary and general election.
Early voting will be held November 14-17, 2023 from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, at the Davis County Administration Building at 61 South Main Street, Farmington.
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Candidate profiles, websites and further contact information can be found on the Davis County Clerk website (DavisVotes.com) and Vote.Utah.gov. No printed pamphlets will be provided.
For 2023 only, Governor Cox moved the General Election Day to Tuesday, November 21. This adjustment was prompted by the unexpected resignation of Utah Congressman Chris Stewart, who served Utah's second district. The delay has provided time for a special election to fill the vacant office.
The ballot drop-off in Kaysville is located on the north side of the Davis County Library - Kaysville Branch located at 215 North Fairfield Road.
Ballots can be dropped off at any of the ballot boxes within Davis County. For a list of all ballot box locations please visit: https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/clerk/election/how-wherer-to-vote/how-where-to-vote.
Outdoor ballot drop boxes are available 24 hours a day, through 8:00 pm on Election Day. Remember, ballots must be returned in the provided return envelope.
You can vote in person on Election Day as long as you have not already returned your by mail ballot. Election Day voting centers may be found by clicking HERE. Voting centers are available from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. You may vote at any of the listed voting centers. Accessible voting machines are available. When you go to vote in person you will be handed a ballot to fill in that is the same as what was mailed to registered voters. If you have your vote-by-mail ballot drop it off at any voting center on election day.
Signs must be placed on private property only. Signs cannot be placed on State or City owned property, on freeway ramps, power poles, street signs, regulatory signs, and cannot be placed in the park strip (the public right-of-way between the curb and sidewalk or 10 ft. behind the curb if there is no sidewalk). Signs may not be erected, constructed, or maintained upon any property without the consent of the owner or person entitled to possession of the property.
Voter Registration is available online by going here, or you may register in person at the Davis County Clerk's office located at 61 South Main Street, Room #104, Farmington, UT.
Vote-by-mail ballots are mailed no sooner than 21 days and no later than 14 days before election day.
If you have not received your ballot you will need to call or visit the Davis County Clerk's office:
Davis County Admin Building61 South Main Street, Room #104Farmington, UT 84025801-451-3508
If it's sooner than a week before the election you will need to go to a voting center on Election Day in order to submit your vote.
If you find that you've filled in the wrong bubble or wanted to change your vote on your ballot, just put an "x" through the wrong choice. If you have other questions or need a new ballot please contact the Davis County Clerk's office at (801) 451-3213.
If the privacy tab has been removed you can still cast your ballot. The tab is there to keep your ballot anonymous, but it does not affect your vote.
If you need a new ballot:
If it's over a week before an election, you may call the Davis County Clerk's office (801-451-3213) to request a new ballot be mailed to you. If it's within a week of the election you will need to wait until Election Day to vote in-person at one of the voting centers located within the county. You will need to bring proof of identity and proof of current residency with you.
If you have your ballot but need a new envelope, you can pick one up at the Davis County Clerk's office, or can visit a voting center on Election Day.
Municipal Elections are non-partisan, meaning that a candidate is not nominated by a party and a candidate is not required to declare their party affiliation.
Terms for the mayor and council members are for 4 years, unless filling the place of a previous mayor or council member's unfinished term.