The list of registered voters is considered public record and available to the general public in Utah. However, Utah law grants protections to voters who wish to not have their information publicly available. "Section 10" of the Voter Registration Form allows for a voter to protect their information from certain parties, while the section below (titled "How do I request additional privacy protection?") discusses additional privacy protections that are available to certain individuals. A few items remain confidential and are never provided to any requester: your social security number, your UT Driver's License number/UT ID number, email address, full date of birth, and your signature.
How do I request additional privacy protection?
In addition to the protections outlined in "Section 10" of the Voter Registration Form, you may request that all information on your voter registration records be withheld from all political parties, candidates for public office, and their contractors, employees, and volunteers, by submitting a withholding request form, and any required verification, with this registration form, or to the Office of the Utah Lieutenant Governor or a county clerk.
Who can submit a withholding request form?
• A person who is a victim, or is likely to be a victim, of domestic violence or dating violence
• Law enforcement officers
• Individuals protected by protective or protection orders
• Members of the armed forces
• Public figures who have a higher safety risk due to their celebrity status or prominent position (does not include elected officials)
• A person who resides with a person described in the bullet points above.