Primary Election Day is Tuesday, Aug. 13 for Taylorsville Council District 1
Registered voters residing in Council District 1 have now been mailed their ballots for Taylorsville’s Municipal Primary Election.
A Primary Election is only necessary in Council District 1, since three candidates have filed for this seat. Completed ballots may be returned by mail in the postage-paid envelope provided. Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked no later than the day before Election Day (Aug. 12 ).
Please see the following additional information:
For information on Taylorsville candidates, please see the public contact information above and contact candidates directly.
Voters may also view candidate profiles on the State Voter Information website at:
Salt Lake County has provided a number of secure ballot drop-off locations, including Taylorsville City Hall, where sealed ballots may be deposited 24/7 until 8 p.m. on Election Night. A list of ballot box locations can be found at: www.slco.org/clerk/elections. Sealed ballots may also be dropped off at the Salt Lake County Elections Division (2001 S. State) or at any Salt Lake County Vote Center, including Taylorsville City Hall, on Election Day during voting hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information regarding elections, contact:
Salt Lake County Clerk (Elections)
Cheryl Peacock Cottle
Taylorsville City Recorder
Those who prefer to vote in person on machines may still do so during the Early Voting period prior to the election or on Election Day at any Salt Lake County Vote Center.
Taylorsville City Hall will NOT be an Early Voting location this year. For other Early Voting locations/hours in Salt Lake County, visit: www.slco.org/clerk/elections
Vote Centers are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, Aug. 13. Taylorsville City Hall WILL be an Election Day Vote Center.
NOTE: Taylorsville Voters may vote at any Vote Center in Salt Lake County on Election Day and receive their appropriate Taylorsville Ballot.
For other Vote Center Locations, call Salt Lake County Elections at 385-468-8683 or visit www.slco.org/clerk/elections.
Voters may also vote in person at the
Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office
County Government Center
2001 South State Street South Building, First Floor
From July 30 to Aug. 13 (weekdays only) 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Valid Voter ID is required to vote in person.