2020 Primary Election
Utah's Primary Election is being conducted by mail. Ballots will be mailed to active registered voters who are eligible to vote in partisan primary elections based on their party affiliation and applicable district, and to all active registered voters who reside in districts where non-partisan school board primaries are being held.
The deadline to register to vote, update your address or change party affiliation is June 19 by 5 p.m. Primary Election Day is June 30.
NOTE: Republican Party primaries include races that are county- and statewide. Democratic Party primaries pertain to two districts, Salt Lake County Council District 6 and Utah State House District 33. No other political parties have primary elections. Non-partisan local school board primary elections will be held for Granite School Board Districts 1 and 2.
If you are not affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican parties and would like to vote in either of these primary elections, contact the Salt Lake County Elections Office to obtain a ballot. Please note that the Republican Party requires you to affiliate with the party to participate in its primary election.
For more information, please contact Taylorsville City Recorder Jamie Brooks at 801-963-5400.
Financial Disclosure Statements
2020 ELECTED OFFICIALS FINANCE STATEMENTS
2019 POST-GENERAL CAMPAIGN FINANCE STATEMENTS
2019 PRE-GENERAL CAMPAIGN FINANCE STATEMENTS
2019 Post-Primary Campaign Finance Statements
2019 Pre-Primary Campaign Finance Statements
2019 Annual Campaign Finance Statements
2018 Annual Campaign Finance Statements
2017 Annual Campaign Finance Statements
- Salt Lake County Clerk's Office Voter Information
- Open and Public Meetings Act Training 2019
- Ethics Act Training 2019
- Records Request Form
- Map of the Council Districts and Voting Precincts
- Taylorsville Council District Map
If you have additional questions, please contact the City Recorder’s Office:
Jamie Brooks, Taylorsville City Recorder
Taylorsville City Office
2600 W. Taylorsville Blvd.