Rich County Elections

Becky Peart

P.O. Box 218
20 S. Main 
Randolph, UT 84064
Ph. (435) 793-2415
Ph. (435) 793-2410
Email


2020 Presidential Primary Election - March 3, 2020

Sample 2020 Primary Ballots (PDF)

The Democratic and Republican parties will be holding a Primary election to determine which candidate will represent their party on the November General Election ballot. The parties, not our office, determine the rules surrounding who may vote in their primary election. The ballot you receive is based on the political party you affiliated with on your most recent voter registration application.

Republican = will automatically receive the Republican ballot

Democrat = will automatically receive the Democratic ballot

Unaffiliated =

  • May request a Republican ballot by affiliating with the Republican Party up to and including on Election Day.
  • May request a Democratic ballot online, by contacting the Elections Office, or in person on Election Day.

Green, Independent American, Libertarian, Constitution, United Utah =

  • May request a Republican ballot by changing affiliation to “Republican” no later than February 3, 2020.
  • May request a Democratic ballot online, by contacting the Elections Office, or in person on Election Day.

Voters may only vote one party's ballot - not both. If you choose not to vote in the Presidential Primary, you will still receive a ballot for the November General Election.

Referendum 2020 (January 27th Excel File)


Voting

Rich County is ALL-BY-MAIL voting. Please check with the County Clerk's Office to see if your information is correct and you have a signature on file. You are eligible to vote in Utah if you are a United States citizen, at least 18 years old on or before election day, and will have resided in the State for 30 days prior to election day. If you are an incarcerated felon you are not eligible to vote in Utah. Municipal Elections to elect the mayor and council members are nonpartisan and are held on odd-numbered years. These elections are administered by the City offices and the polling places may be different than those used in even-numbered years. Countywide elections are held in even-numbered years and are administered by the County Clerk/Auditor office. The Election Division is under the direction of Becky Peart, Rich County Clerk/Auditor.

Adopted Rich County Voting Precincts (PDF)

Rich County Precinct Map (PDF)

State of Utah Mail-in Voter Registration Form  (PDF)

State of Utah Mail-in Voter Registration Form (MS Word Document)


2018 Elections

2018 Election Results (PDF)

2018 Official Primary Results (PDF)

By Mail Election - November 6, 2018 (PDF)

School Board Candidate Financial Campaign Reports (PDF)


2010 - 2016 Elections

02016 Primary Election Results (PDF)

2015 General Muicipal Election Totals (PDF)

2014 Election Results (PDF)

2014 Primary Election Result Summary (PDF)

2012 Election Results (PDF)

2010 Rich County Election Report (PDF)