To our Utah family,
In preparation for the midterm election on November 8, we have prepared the following state voter guide to help you navigate and prepare for Election Day: where to vote; how to vote; and what’s on your ballot. We hope you find this guide helpful!
Please use this guide and share it with people who need it. An educated voter is a smart voter! Vote Smart!
Election Guide 2022:
Voter Registration Information:
Need to get registered, request an absentee ballot, or find your local polling place? All of that information and more can be found here: https://justfacts.votesmart.org/elections/voter-registration/UT
Need to contact your local election office for questions about your registration, ballot, polling place, or any other elections question? Find all their contact information here: https://justfacts.votesmart.org/elections/offices/UT
Congressional Elections: 4 seats for the U.S. House of Representatives and one seat for the U.S. Senate are up for election this year. See all the candidates running in these elections here:
Notable races include:
Laird Fetzer Hamblin, James Hansen, Abraham Korb, Mike Lee, Evan McMullin, Michael Seguin and Tommy Williams are running for the U.S. Senate.
State Legislature Elections: 75 seats for the Utah House of Representatives and 15 seats for the Utah Senate are up for election this year. See all the candidates running in these elections here:
Statewide Elections: Offices for Treasurer and State Board of Education districts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, and 14 are up for election this year. See all the candidates running in these elections here:
State Judicial Elections: One justice is up for election this year from the Utah Supreme Court. See all the candidates running in these elections here:
Here are the statewide ballot measures appearing on your November ballot:
Emergency Session Appropriation Limits Amendment: The amendment would increase the limit on appropriations the state legislature can make in an emergency session from 1 percent of the total amount appropriated by the Legislature for the immediately preceding completed fiscal year to 5 percent. The amendment would also exempt from the limit (a) any appropriations that would decrease expenditures in a fiscal year and (b) any appropriations of funding provided by the federal government for an emergency or crisis. If approved, the measure would take effect on January 1, 2023.
See the full list of all 2022 national statewide ballot measures here: https://justfacts.votesmart.org/elections/ballot-measures/2022
Happy Election Season!
The Vote Smart Team