Polling Locations

Vote by Mail

As required by HB3006, regular polling locations are not available for the June 2020 Primary Election. All eligible voters will receive a ballot in the mail approximately three weeks before the election. Davis County will provide a Drive-Thru voting location on Election Day for voters who have not received a ballot, or for voters who need additional assistance due to a disability.  We ask all voters who receive a ballot, and are able to vote independently on a paper ballot, to please cast their vote using their "By Mail" ballot. This will help protect our election volunteers and allow us to serve voters who need assistance.

  1. What do you need to know about the 2020 Primary election?
  2. How do you make sure you receive a ballot?
  3. How do you return your ballot?
  4. Questions?
  • This election will be conducted primarily by mail.
  • This is a partisan primary election.
  • Voters registered with the Democratic Party will receive the Democratic ballot if they live in the 1st Congressional District. 
  • Voters registered with the Republican Party will receive the Republican ballot only. 
  • Voters not affiliated "unaffiliated" with any party must request a Democratic (1st Congressional District only) or a Republican ballot, if they wish to participate in one of these primary elections. 
  • Voters registered with other political parties are unable to participate in these primary elections. These rules are set by the political parties and not your County Clerk.
  • All ballots are delivered with a Business Reply or Postage Paid return envelope. In addition, drop boxes will be available.
    • Drop boxes are available during business hours at all city office until Monday June 29th
    • A drop box will be provided at the polling location on Election Day
  • There will be no regular polling places on Election Day.
  • There will be one drive-up voting location on Election Day. This location is provided primarily for voters who do not receive a ballot in the mail or who are unable to vote that ballot because of a disability. 
  • A voter with a disability who is not able to vote a paper ballot independently may vote at the drive-up voting location on Election Day, or may contact our office for additional voting options. 
  • Voter Registration is available online or by mail only, there is no in person voter registration.