Mail-in ballots need to be postmarked Monday at the latest by those who want to weigh in on their cities' mayoral and city council elections.
Primary Day takes place on Tuesday in Utah.
Twenty-three cities throughout the state have chosen to forgo the primary and use ranked-choice voting in the general election in November, which will allow residents to rank their candidates from most to least favorite. South Salt Lake, Magna, Bluffdale, Draper, Lehi, Payson, Riverton, Springville, Vineyard, Goshen, Newton, Woodland Hills, Genola, Sandy, Nibley, Millcreek, Moab, River Heights, Cottonwood Heights, Elk Ridge, Salt Lake City, Midvale and Heber City have all opted for that method.
Residents whose cities are holding a primary election and who registered to vote by July 30 should have already received their ballots in the mail.
If you are registered but did not receive a ballot, state election officials urge you to contact your county clerk's office.
For Salt Lake County residents, ballots can be returned by depositing the postage-paid envelope into any U.S. post office mailbox; in one of the 19 drive-up ballot drop boxes in Salt Lake County by 8 p.m. on Tuesday; or by returning ballots to an Election Day Vote Center during polling hours between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swenson said in a statement.
In Salt Lake County, only Herriman, Murray, Taylorsville (Council District 5), West Jordan and West Valley City are participating in the primary. All other municipalities either do not require a primary election or are participating in ranked-choice voting.
For Salt Lake County vote center and drop box locations, visit got-vote.org.
For more statewide information, visit voteinfo.utah.gov/current-election-information.