YES! You can use the Utah Absentee Ballot Application to apply for permanent absentee voter status -- simply check off the box. Once you're approved, Utah will automatically send you an absentee ballot for each eligible election. This is a great way to make sure you never miss another election!
You do not need to provide ID if you've voted in person at Utah once. If you are a first-time voter and you did not include a copy of your photo ID or your proof of residency with your voter registration form, include it with your Absentee Ballot Application. Include a copy of a one valid form of photo identification that shows your name and Utah address (ex: Utah license, Utah state ID card, US passport or Military ID), or two different documents that show your name and Utah address (current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or government document).first-timeonetwo
If you are hospitalized or otherwise confined to a medical or long-term care institution after the deadline for filing an application for an absentee ballot, you may obtain an Emergency Absentee Ballot by contacting your County Clerk.You or your representative must return your voted absentee ballot to the election officer (either your County Clerk or your City Clerk or Recorder, depending on the year) before the polls close on election day.
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