Rich County Elections

Anneliesa Peart

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

Vote.Utah.gov

NOTICE OF 2024 REGULAR GENERAL ELECTION (PDF)

Statewide initiatives from the 2023 General Election in Utah


2024 Rich County Election

NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT PROCESSING
Notice is hereby given that the Rich County Clerk's Office will process
ballots at the courthouse on Tuesday, March 5th from 5 PM to 8 PM and on
Friday, March 8th from 10 AM to 12 PM. The public is invited to observe
the process on either day as noted above. Please be aware that the process
might not take the full allotted time. If you have any questions please
contact the Clerk's Office at (435) 793-2415.


NOTICE OF ELECTION AUDIT
DATE: Tuesday, March 12th
TIME: 1pm
PLACE: Rich County Courthouse
20 South Main St.
Randolph, UT 84064
PURPOSE: Public Audit of the 2024 Democratic Primary.


PRIMARY ELECTION INFORMATION (FLYER PDF)

The 2024 Democratic Presidential Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2024.
~The Democratic Ballot is open to any registered voter upon request,
but only registered Democrats will receive their ballots by mail.

Ballot Drop-Off Locations (February 20 - March 4):
~Rich County Clerk's Office: 20 S Main St., Randolph
~Mon - Fri 9 AM to 5 PM
~Garden City Town Office: 69 N Paradise Parkway, Bldg B., Garden City
~Mon - Fri 9 AM to 5 PM

Early Voting Centers *ADA Accessible* (February 20 - March 4):
~Rich County Clerk's Office: 20 S Main St., Randolph
~Mon - Fri 9 AM to 5 PM

Election Day Voting *ADA Accessible* (March 5):
~ Rich County Clerk's Office: 20 S Main St., Randolph
~ 7 AM to 8 PM


2024 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION DEMOCRATIC SAMPLE BALLOT (PDF)


Candidate List:

Click Candidate's name to view their Declaration Of Candidacy

Candidate

Seeking Office of:

Kim Wilson

Assessor

Jon Lee

Commissioner C

Mike Leonhardt

Commissioner C

Jon Nichol

Commissioner C

Scott Sabey

Local School Board #1

Nikalus Wallentine

Local School Board #1

Peter Cornia

Local School Board #2

Tyler Pugmire

Local School Board #2

Zack McKee

Local School Board #5

Maydi Eastman

Recorder

Kaia Bowden

Recorder

Jem Wilson

Recorder

LouJean Argyle

Treasurer


Primary Elections

FOR ALL REGISTERED VOTERS: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

In 2024 there will be partisan primary elections.

• The Democratic Party will have a Presidential Primary Election on March 5, 2024.
• The Republican Party has chosen to hold a Presidential Preference Poll in conjunction with their
statewide caucus meetings on March 5, 2024.
• According to State Law, political parties set rules regarding who may participate in their
primary elections and caucuses.
• Your party affiliation will determine which ballot you receive and which primary or caucus you
may participate in. Your party affiliation cannot be changed after Tuesday, January 9, 2024 at 5
pm. and will remain in effect through the June 2024 Primary Election. It will also remain in
effect.
thereafter unless you choose to change it.
• You may remain unaffiliated past this deadline and affiliate with your chosen party at any
time.
• If you are an unaffiliated voter and would like a ballot for the democratic primary in March,
please notify our office by phone or email.
• If you would like to participate in the Republican caucus, please update your voter registration
at voter.utah.gov.

You can review your voter registration and party affiliation and make necessary changes at
voter.Utah.gov or contact the Rich County Clerks Office at 435-793-2415.

 


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 Anneliesa Peart, Rich County Clerk/Auditor.

Adopted Rich County Voting Precincts (PDF)

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

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

 


2010 - 2023 Elections


2022 November Election Results (PDF)

2020 Official Election Results (PDF)

2020 Primary Election Results (PDF)

2018 Election Results (PDF)

2018 Official Primary Results (PDF)

2016 General Election Results (PDF)

2016 Primary Election Results (PDF)

2015 General Municipal Election Totals (PDF)

2014 Election Results (PDF)

2014 Primary Election Result Summary (PDF)

2012 Election Results (PDF)

2010 Rich County Election Report (PDF)