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Elections & Voting
Transparency and resident engagement are two important pillars of South Salt Lake's government; as a result, we strive to create a clear and intuitive election process and encourage all our residents to participate!
How It Works
South Salt Lake elections are conducted by the Salt Lake County Elections Division. Ballots include candidates for all levels of government and all positions that are holding an election. Information on how to vote and election results can be found on the Salt Lake County Elections Division website.
The City of South Salt Lake will hold a Municipal General Election on November 7, 2023 to elect the following:
- City Council District 1
- City Council District 4
- City Council District 5
- At-Large Representative 2
These positions are four-year terms.
To qualify as a candidate a person must be:
- A United States citizen at the time of filing
- A legal resident of South Salt Lake for 12 consecutive months immediately preceding the date of the election
- A registered voter of the municipality
- A resident of the council district you are filing for
- Not be a convicted felon unless the right to hold elective office has been restored
- Pay the $25 filing fee
Declaration of Candidacy forms or Nomination Petitions must be filed in person with the City Recorder’s Office at 220 East Morris Avenue, Suite 200, South Salt Lake, Utah, unless individuals are subject to Section 20A-9-203(3)(b) of the Utah Code.
If you have questions, please contact the City Recorder at 801-483-6019 or email the City Recorder.
City Council District 3
Register to Vote
Register to vote prior to the next election! For more information or to register today, visit the Utah Voter Registration website.
Vote by Mail
All South Salt Lake elections have a vote-by-mail option. Every eligible, active voter will be mailed a ballot at least three weeks prior to Election Day (an active voter is a voter that has voted at least once in the last four years).
Ballots are not forwarded. However, if a ballot is returned as "undeliverable" with a forwarding address within Salt Lake County, the Salt Lake County Clerk's Election Division will spoil the returned ballot, update the address, and send a new ballot for their new precinct.
The Salt Lake County Election Division will mail ballots weekly to newly registered voters or to those voters who have moved and updated their address. Ballots will be mailed daily the week prior to Election Day.
We have contracted with Salt Lake County to assist with our voting and elections process.