Davis County is now releasing a digital monthly newsletter called the Davis County Connector!
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Farmington, Utah 84025
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P.O. Box 618
Farmington, Utah 84025
On March 5, 2024, political parties will be nominating their candidate for President of the United States. Your participation in this process will help determine who is nominated to represent each party in the General Election this November.
Utah Election Law allows each political party may choose how they select their nominee for President of the United States and to determine who is eligible to participate, based upon political party affiliation. Only the Democratic and Republican parties have indicated their participation in this process.
The Republican Party of Utah has chosen not to participate in the State's Presidential Primary Election, and instead will hold a Preference Poll in conjunction with their state-wide caucus meetings. These meetings will be held on March 5, 2024.
The Party has determined that voters eligible to participate in the poll will be restricted to those who are registered to vote as affiliated members of the Republican Party. Those who are unaffiliated or registered to other parties will not be permitted to participate.
The Caucuses are meetings of the political party; they are not administered by Davis County or the State of Utah. You will not receive a ballot in the mail for this event from Davis County. For more information about caucus meetings, locations and times please visit the Republican Party's Website or call 801-533-9777.
The Democratic Party of Utah has chosen to participate in the State's Presidential Primary Election, which will be held on March 5, 2024.
The Democratic Party has chosen to allow both, individuals registered with other political parties, and unaffiliated voters to participate in their primary election.
Voters affiliated with the Democratic Party will receive their ballot automatically; all other voters wishing to participate will need to request a ballot.
Qualified Military and Overseas Citizens will receive their ballot approximately 45 days prior to the election, all other eligible voters will receive their ballot approximately three weeks prior to the election. Polling Locations and Ballot Drop Box Locations are listed on our website.