Election Notices

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2023 Schedule of Elections

Candidate Filing Deadlines

Each respective special district or municipal Clerk/Recorder handles the election filings for all candidates. Please contact each local jurisdiction to locate additional election information.

  • June 1-7, 2023 – Candidate Filing Begins. Contact each respective jurisdiction for additional information on local filings.
    • Special Districts filing information – Varies by date/location
      • TBA
  • June 7  Candidate Filing Closes at 5pm
  • Candidate Financial Disclosures Candidates who withdraw after the filing deadline will be required to submit a financial disclosure no later than 30 days after withdrawing.

Primary Election

  • TBD – Last Day to Withdraw Candidacy to be Removed from the Ballot
  • TBD – Last Day to Request a Replacement Ballot. To request a replacement ballot, contact our office at elections@tooeleco.org or 435-843-3140.
  • TBA– UOCAVA Ballots Mailed To request a ballot under UOCAVA, click here.
  • TBA – Logic and Accuracy Testing A public test and demonstration of the elections equipment prior to counting official ballots.
  • TBA– Vote-by-Mail Ballots Mailed: If you do not receive your ballot by [date TBA], please contact our office at 435-843-3140
  • TBA – In-Office Early Voting
  • TBA – Voter Registration Deadline: To update your voter registration, click here.
  • TBA – Financial Disclosure Deadline: 
  • August 14 – Postmark Deadline: To avoid missing the postmark deadline, you can return your ballot to any of the ballot drop boxes.
  • August 15 – Election Day Polling locations and ballot drop boxes will be open until 8pm. 
  • TBA – 10am Election Audit A public audit will be performed of the signatures and ballots cast.
  • TBA – Board of Canvassers Meeting. Board of Canvassers will certify the election results. Election results are preliminary until they are certified. Each local jurisdiction will canvass their own results.
  • TBA – Signature Affidavit Cure Deadline
  • TBA – Financial Disclosure Deadline: Only applicable to candidates that were eliminated in the Primary election.

General Election

  • TBA – Last Day to Withdraw Candidacy to be Removed from the Printed Ballot
  • TBA – UOCAVA Ballots Mailed: To request a ballot under UOCAVA, click here.
  • TBA – Logic and Accuracy Testing: A public test and demonstration of the elections equipment prior to counting official ballots at 10am.
  • TBA – Vote-by-Mail Ballots Mailed on [date TBA]. If you do not receive your ballot by [date TBA] please contact our office at 435-843-3140.
  • TBA – In-Office Early Voting 12-430pm each day at the Clerk’s Office.
  • TBA – Voter Registration Deadline: To update your voter registration, click here.
  • TBA – Last Day to Request a Replacement Ballot sent by mail: To request a replacement ballot, contact our office at elections@tooeleco.org or 435-843-3140.
  • TBA – Financial Disclosure Deadline: Candidates on the General ballot need to report expenditures up to 10 days before the General election.
  • November 6 – Postmark Deadline. To avoid missing the postmark deadline, you can return your ballot to any of the ballot drop boxes.
  • November 7 – Election Day. Polling locations and ballot drop boxes will be open until 8pm. 
  • TBD – Election Audit: A public audit will be performed of the signatures and ballots cast.
  • TBA – Signature Affidavit Cure Deadline 5pm
  • TBA – Board of Canvass Meeting Board of Canvassers will certify the election results. Election results are preliminary until they are certified. Each local jurisdiction will canvass their own results.
  • TBA – Financial Disclosure Deadline: Applicable to candidates who won and were eliminated in the General election.
  • January 2, 2024 – Oath of Office Administered: Municipal Candidates who won their respective races in the 2023 General Election will begin their terms.
The 2023 Schedule of Elections is preliminary and subject to change. Final schedule of elections will be posted following the 2023 legislative session.
Voters who are not registered, but otherwise eligible to vote, may vote provisionally in person at a Vote Center on Election Day.