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2014 Vote By-Mail

The 2014 Vote By-Mail Primary Election was a great experience in Davis County.  Of the 26,460 voters that participated in the election there were 25,326 who chose to return their by-mail ballot rather than voting on the voting machines.  The response from voters was very positive.  It was a good way for the County to test the Voters response to this new system and also answer questions about Voting By-Mail 

The November 4th Election will also be conducted by-mail in Davis County.  In an effort to improve communication with Davis County voters, the County has prepared a short 3 minute video that answers some of the main questions voters have had.      

In addition to the video, residents are invited to like the Davis County Elections Facebook page where they will providing regular updates on election events and information.

Here is some additional information and dates that voters should also be aware of.  

By Mail Voting Begins

  • October 6th through November 3rd.  Ballots must be postmarked by November 3rd.
  • If you choose to vote using your Vote By-Mail ballot but prefer to drop it off, a ballot box will be available for this purpose at the Fruit Heights City Office.  October 6th - October 31st. 
  • If you choose to vote using your Vote By-Mail ballot and prefer to drop it off at the Davis County Clerk Auditor's Office, they will accept them starting October 6th - November 4th. 
  • If you are not yet comfortable with the Vote By-Mail process, you can still vote electronically at one of the following Polling locations on November 4th.  

Bountiful Library
Centerville Library
Clearfield Library
Farmington Community Center
Kaysville City Hall
Layton High School
Syracuse Community Center

If you still have questions, you are also encouraged to contact the Davis County Elections Office at 801-451-3588 or the Fruit Heights City Office at 801-546-0861 ext. 4.

Sample Ballots

Learning about the issues and the candidates are as important as casting your vote.  The Sample Ballot is now available for residents to review.  In an effort to provide you with useful information regarding the election process, the candidates, and important issues, the City has posted a link to the vote.utah.gov website.  Take this time to review the ballot, become familiar with each of the candidates, and understand the issues that are facing us.    

Remember, early voting begins October 6th.