Daggett County Election Information
THE CANVASS OF THE 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JULY 21, 2020 AT 2:00 P.M. AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION:
DAGGETT COUNTY COURTHOUSE
95 N. 1ST W.
MANILA, UTAH 84046
2020 Election Information
There are three elections scheduled for Utah and Daggett County in 2020.
1. The Presidential Primary - March 3, 2020
Unofficial Results (PDF)
Daggett County Official Results (PDF)
2. Federal, State and County Primary - June 30, 2020
3. General Election - November 3, 2020All Elections in Daggett County will be Vote By Mail with a Polling Location on the day of the election at the Daggett County Courthouse. Presidential Primary Polling Locations and Early Voting Information.
2020 Candidate Information
All Elections in Daggett County will be Vote By Mail, due to COVID-19 no polling locations will be available for the June 30 Primary Election. Those needing assistance or that are unable to vote a paper ballot should contact the Clerk’s Office at 435-784-3154.
June Primary Election - June 30, 2020
The Democratic and Republican Parties will be holding Primary Elections on June 30, 2020. The election will be entirely Vote By Mail. No In-person voting or in-person Registration will be held.
Important COVID-19 changes to this Primary Election
- There will be no regular polling places on Election Day
- There will be no in person voting and no in person early voting
- There will be no in person voter registration
- There will be no voter registration by provisional ballot
- The voter registration deadline is June 19th (11 days before election day)
- The deadline to affiliate or change party affiliation is June 19th (11 days before election day)
All Ballots whether mailed or placed in drop boxes must be placed in the yellow envelopes provided with the ballots, and must be signed for in the proper area on the envelope.
IMPORTANT: Any individual with a disability who is not able to vote a manual ballot by mail should contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office at 435-784-3154 for further assistance.
Drop Boxes are available 24/7 starting June 15th at the Daggett County Courthouse (95 North 1st West) and the Dutch John Conference Hall (130 South Blvd.) and will be available for depositing mail-in ballots until 8pm on Election Day.
Do NOT put any ballots in the mail after 5 pm on Election Day!
Even if you are not planning to vote during the Primary Election please check that your physical address and mailing address are correct by going to vote.utah.gov and click on “Find my voter registration info”. There is also lots of information about candidates and elections at www.vote.utah.gov If you have not received your ballot by June 15, 2020, if you have any questions, or need any assistance to vote; please contact the Daggett County Clerk’s Office at 95 North 1st West, Manila or 435-784-3154.
2020 Candidate Information
People interested in being a candidate for an elected office can find information about offices up for election in 2020 by reviewing the Notice of Election. An Intent to Gather Signatures> declaration can be turned into the Clerk’s Office until March 19, 2020 Instructions to Candidates Gathering Signatures. The window to Declare Candidacy for Office is from March 13, 2020 at 8:00 am through March 19, 2020 at 5:00 pm at the Clerk’s Office.
2020 Local Candidate Filing List: (PDF)
|Randy Asay||307-780-8019||Commissioner "C"|
|Matt Tippets||801-706-6461||Commissioner "A"|
|Ch’ree Mills||435-778-0138||School Board-District 4|
|Tameka Smith||208-431-1600||School Board-District 5|
|Bryan G. Smith||435-640-6002||School Board-District 5|
Information about State & Federal Candidates can be found at Vote.Utah.gov.
Unofficial Results (PDF)
The Presidential Primary for Utah is over except for the Audit (PDF) to be held on Monday, March 16th and the Canvass (PDF) to be held on Tuesday, March 17 at 1pm. Final results to be posted late Tuesday Afternoon.
Tax Restructuring Provisions Referendum
There was a Referendum circulating to cause a vote on the Tax Bill passed in Special Session. We are required to post a list of Daggett County Voters who have signed the referendum. Referendum Signed Voter List
*The Tax bill has been repealed by the legislature and a new bill is in the works.
2019 Municipal Election Information
Municipal Election for the Town of Dutch John and the Town of Manila will be conducted by mail only. Ballots will be mailed by the respective town to active registered voters in late September. Voter Registration is maintained by the State of Utah with the assistance of Daggett County. You can check your voter information at vote.utah.gov or by contacting/visiting the County Clerk’s Office as indicated below. If you have moved please update your address in order to receive your ballot.
2018 General Election Information
- 2018 General Election Canvass Report (PDF) - 11/20/2018
- Final 2018 General Election Results (PDF)
- Final 2018 General Election Results By Precinct (PDF)
- Final 2018 General Election Results By Precinct - Table Format (PDF)
- Unofficial Results on 11/06/2018 (PDF)
- Sample Ballot & Upcoming Dates (PDF)
2018 Primary Election Information
- 2018 Official Primary Election Result Summary (PDF)
- 2018 Official Primary Election Results by Precinct (PDF)
- Primary Canvass Results (PDF)
- 2018 Unofficial Primary Election Results (PDF) - June 26, 2018
The Town of Dutch John and the Town of Manila had just enough people sign up for the positions available so all positions were uncontested and both of the Municipal Elections were cancelled.
2016 General Election Results
Please see Unofficial Election Results (PDF) for Daggett County on the November 8, 2016 election.
95 North 1st West
PO Box 400
Manila, UT 84046
Phone: 435-784-3154Fax: 435-784-3335
HoursMonday through Friday8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Margery HullingerDeputy Clerk/Treasurer & 8th District Court Clerk
Vicki TannerDeputy Clerk/Treasurer