In the past, Utahns registered to vote with neighborhood registration agents. In a new law that went into effect April 30, the Legislature established a system of satellite registration.
Qualified electors may register with any Utah County satellite registrar between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, June 17 and 18. The primary election is June 25.To register to vote in Utah County, a person must be a citizen of the United States, be a resident of Utah for at least 30 days before the election and be at least 18 years old on the day of the election.
Utah County satellite registration offices for the primary election are:
- Elberta and Goshen: Jeanetta Steele residence, 55 S. 200 West, Goshen.
- Genola and Santaquin: San-ta-quin Elementary School, 24 S. 400 West.
- Payson and Spring Lake: Payson Middle School, 851 W. 450 South.
- Salem, Elk Ridge and Woodland Hills: Salem Elementary School, 140 W. 100 South.
- Spanish Fork, Benjamin and Lakeshore: Spanish Fork High School, 90 N. 300 West.
- Birdseye and Covered Bridge: Veldon Robinson residence, 10656 S. Covered Bridge.
- Springville and Mapleton: Springville High School, 1205 E. 900 South.
- Provo and Lakeview: Timpview High School, 3570 N. 650 East; Provo High School, 1125 N. University Ave.; Provo City Hall, 351 W. Center.
- Orem and Vineyard: Orem Windsor Elementary, 1315 N. Main; Orem City Center, 56 N. State St.; University Mall, 1300 S. State St.
- Lindon, Pleasant Grove and Cedar Hills: Community Recreation Center, 41 E. 200 South, Pleasant Grove.
- American Fork: American Fork City Center, 31 N. Church.
- Highland and Alpine: Highland City Center, 5378 W. 10400 North.
- Lehi: Lehi City Hall, 153 N. 100 East.
- Cedar Fort and Fairfield: Belva Chamberlain residence, 11 S. U-73, Cedar Fort.
Utah County is also seeking between 10 and 15 election judges for this voting cycle. Those interested in being an election judge, or for more voter information, call Donna Mitchell at 370-8128.