Davis County and all Cities within Davis County provide by mail ballots to their citizens for each election. Voters receive their ballot about three weeks before each election. Ballots may be returned in mail, at a drop box location, or at a polling location on Election Day. View the election calendar
for specific dates/deadlines.
Why Vote By-Mail? Voting by mail is the best way to inform voters of the candidates and issues that are on the ballot each election. It provides voters the best opportunity to study the candidates and issues. Voters can make their choices and vote their ballot at their convenience. Voters have the choice to return their ballot in the mail or deliver it to one of the many drop locations.
Will Your Votes Remain Confidential? Yes, your ballot will remain confidential, our State Constitution ensures your right to a secret ballot. Our processes and procedures ensure separation of personal identifiers (such as the voter's name, signature and address) prior to the ballot being viewed.
Understanding The Process The attached document illustrates the path your ballot takes in a by-mail election.
Other Frequently Asked Questions The attached document will help answer other frequently asked questions. Please contact our office if we can be of further assistance.