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Participate in Provo's General Election!

The moment to make your voice heard is approaching — our city's General Election on Tuesday, November 21, 2023. I'm thrilled to announce that ballots have bee sent out to all registered voters in Provo. This is your opportunity to participate actively in shaping the future of our beloved city.


Keep a close eye on your mailboxes for your official election ballot. If by any chance you do not receive your ballot, please get in touch with the Utah County Clerk without delay at 801-851-8128 or elections@utahcounty.gov.


Casting your vote is straightforward: select your candidates and return your ballot by mail. There's no need to wait in line; it's your vote from the comfort of your home, ensuring your voice is heard. To be considered valid, your ballot must be postmarked no later than November 20, 2023.



Ballot Drop Box Locations for Your Convenience:


We understand the importance of accessibility, which is why we've provided ballot drop boxes at several locations around Provo. All drop boxes will be open until 8 PM on Election Day, November 21st.

  • Provo City Library at 550 N University Ave (Available 24/7 on the North side by book return)

  • Utah County Administration Building at 100 E Center Street (South side next to USPS mailboxes)

  • Provo Towne Centre at 1200 Towne Centre Blvd (North side of parking lot)

Remember, as a voter in Utah County, you can return your ballot to any drop box within the county. For a complete list of locations, visit utahcounty.vote.


Important Dates and Registration Details:


If you haven't registered to vote yet or need to update your registration, there's still time. Register in person or online by 5:00 pm on November 13th, 2023. Unsure about your registration status? Verify it at vote.utah.gov. For any registration assistance, contact the Utah County Clerk’s Office.


Early Voting Option:


In office Early Voting will be held from November 13th to November 20th. It will be conducted in the Elections Office in the Utah County Administration building located at 100 E. Center St. Suite 3100, Provo UT 84606, during normal business hours (8am to 5pm).


Election Day Voting:


On General Election Day, a voter service center will be available at the Utah County Health And Justice Building (151 S University Ave, Rm 1600) from 7 am to 8 pm. Should you not receive your mail-in ballot or if you misplace it, you can vote provisionally at the service center. Please bring a current ID or two forms of identification showing your current address.


Meet Your General Election Candidates:


It's important to know who you're voting for. Visit voteprovo.com for comprehensive information on the candidates, council district maps, and further details on vote-by-mail procedures.


This 2023 General Election is a pivotal occasion for our community. Your vote is a powerful statement of your values and vision for Provo. Let's join together to shape our city's path forward. Get ready, Provo—let's vote!

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