The County Clerk manages elections, candidates and voters, including registration information and polling locations.

Tooele County Is Voting by Mail

Due to current conditions related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, jurisdictions nationwide are beginning to adopt vote by mail as an option. Click on the link below for more information.

Voter Qualifications

Voter Registration is open to all Tooele County residents that are:

  • Citizens of the United States
  • Residents of Utah for at Least 30 days prior to Election Day
  • At least 18 years old on the day of the election
  • Residing at the address where they are registering

Registration Deadlines

By Mail Registration Deadline
Voter registration forms must be postmarked at least 30 days before an election in order to be eligible to vote in the upcoming election.

In-Person Registration and Online Registration Deadlines
For the June 2020 Primary Election, the last day to register will be June 19th. This includes in-person (by appointment only) and On-line Registration. There will be no registration on election day.

Information About Your Voter Registration

Online Voter Registration

Register to vote online at

Register to Vote Online by June 19, 2020

When to Re-register

Voter registration is valid for life, unless you

  • Move
  • Change your name, or
  • Wish to affiliate with a different party or
  • Your record is made inactive if you don’t vote in 2 general elections

Absentee Voting

Tooele County is a “Vote By Mail” County, which means that every voter who is registered with the Republican Party will be mailed a ballot. Unaffiliated voters will receive a postcard in the mail (mid-May) asking if they want to affiliate with the Republican Party so they can vote a Republican ballot. All voters who reside in School District #1 will receive a ballot, regardless of party, to narrow down the candidates for that school board district.

If you will be out of town for the election, you can fill out a “Voter Alternate Address Request Form” to have your ballot sent. If you already have an alternate address on file with us there is no need to fill out the new form.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the legislature has passed some important changes to the election procedures in HB 3006. This election there will be no Early Voting or In-Person Polling Locations. There will be a Mobile Polling Location but only for special situations. We encourage you to vote the ballot you receive in the mail. The Republican Party is the only one that will have ballots in this election. For more information contact the Clerk’s office at 435-843-3155.

Check Your Registration

To ensure you receive a ballot, make sure you are registered and your mailing address is up to date.  Please visit to determine if you are registered, or to check that your voter registration is current.

Contact Your Legislature

Elected officials for Tooele County – 2019


All partisan candidates must report contributions and expenditures according to the chart below:

Report NameDue DateReport Includes All Transactions BetweenPenalty for Late Report
Pre-Primary Election ReportJune 23, 2020Report all received contributions and expenditures.$100 fine and potential disqualification from election
Post – Primary Election ReportJuly 30, 2020 – 30 days after Primary ElectionReport all received contributions received and expenditures since Pre-Primary Election Report.For Candidates who lost in Primary Election.
General Election ReportOctober 27, 2020July 30, 2020 –
October 22, 2020
$100 fine and potential disqualification from election
Post – General Election ReportDecember 3, 2021October 23, 2020 – December 31, 2020$100 fine


The Lieutenant Governor’s Office provides candidates with the opportunity to submit a candidate profile for the website, VOTE.UTAH.GOV. Your profile includes biographical information, a picture, and a short statement.


  1. Visit the website, VOTE.UTAH.GOV. Select the button “Resources for Candidates, Political Groups and & Parties” at the bottom of the page.
  2. After being directed to a new page, select the option “Submit candidate profile.”
  3. You will be directed to the UtahID portal. If you do not have a UtahID account, you must create one to proceed. If you already have a UtahID account, simply log into your account.
  4. After creating your UtahID account, you will be prompted for a PIN number. To obtain a PIN number, select your name in the dropdown menu then check your email.
  5. After selecting your name in the dropdown menu, you will receive an email with your PIN number. Your PIN number will be sent to the email address that you provided on your declaration of candidacy. It will not be sent to the email address of your UtahID account.
  6. After receiving your PIN number, enter it into the website and click “Submit.”
  7. After entering your PIN number, the website will prompt you to enter your candidate profile. After you are completed, click “Submit for Approval.” You have the ability to save and edit your profile before the deadline.


  • Primary Election Candidates
    May 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm (Mountain Time)
  • General Election Candidates
    September 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm (Mountain Time)

Please note that these deadlines are established by law. As a result, late submissions and edits cannot be accepted.

Do you need assistance with your candidate profile? Contact the Utah Lieutenant Governor’s Office at
(801) 538-1041 or Open Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (state and national holidays excluded.

For Candidates

Placement of Campaign Signs

2020 General Election

Notice of Election

Official Notice of June Primary Election

Financial Disclosure Information

Tooele County Council – District #1
Sarah M. Patino
Scott Wardle
Shawn Milne

Local School Board – District #1
Albert G. Bottema
Robert H. Gowans
Sandy K. Critchlow

Election Security

Election Security

We receive a number of questions about how we keep our elections safe in the State of Utah. Check out this video, and as always if you have a question about elections, reach out to your County Clerk/Auditor.

Posted by Davis County Clerk/Auditor on Monday, June 15, 2020

Get Involved

Tooele County election officials depend on reliable, dedicated teams of poll workers to make every Election Day run smoothly. Poll workers are essential to ensuring that the elections are a success. Becoming a poll worker is one of the most rewarding ways citizens can become involved in the election process.

Council District Maps

The division of the county into council districts is required by the change in county government approved by voters in the November 2018 election. Click on the link below to view the maps.
Council District Maps

Precinct Maps

Interactive Voter Map
Follow the link and type your address in the “Enter address” field.

Mobile Polling Locations

There will be no in-person polling locations for the June 30, 2020 Primary Election, only a mobile polling location at the county building. This location will be for the disabled, people who did not receive a ballot in the mail whose information is correct, or other emergencies. There will be party affiliation, no same day registration, including updating addresses.

Ballot Drop Box Maps

Redistricting Maps

For printed copies of maps, map options and cost, please contact Bret Beede, Tooele County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Department.

Email: Bret Beede