Registered Utah voters must show ID at the polls to vote. If you are a registered voter but didn't bring your ID to the polling place, you may cast a provisional ballot. In order for your ballot to count, you must present a valid voter ID to the county clerk or an election officer by the close of business the second business day after the election.
VoteRiders provides information and free, expert assistance to help you with voter ID. We can help with renewing your expired ID, obtaining the documents needed to secure your ID, and covering the cost of getting to and from ID-issuing offices. Call or text VoteRiders’ Voter ID Helpline: 844-338-8743.
GUIDE TO VOTER ID RULES IN UTAH
ONE ID with voter’s name & photo, including:
- UT driver's license*
- ID card issued by UT or an entity of U.S.*
- UT concealed weapon permit*
- U.S. passport*
- Tribal ID (needn’t include photo)
TWO IDs with voter's name & evidence voter resides in voting precinct, including:
- Utility bill*
- Bank or other financial account statement
- Certified birth certificate
- Social Security card
- A check issued by UT or U.S.
- Paycheck from your employer
- UT hunting or fishing license*
- U.S. military ID card*
- Certified naturalization documentation
- Certified court records: adoption or name change
- Medicaid, Medicare, or Electronic Benefits Transfer card
- ID issued by UT local government or employer*
- ID issued by UT-located post-secondary school*
- UT vehicle registration*
If a poll worker issues a provisional ballot to a voter for lack of valid voter identification, the voter will have until the close of normal office hours on Monday after the day of the election to present valid voter identification to the county clerk at the county clerk's office or to an election officer who is administering the election.
- If you register to vote in person, you must show a driver’s license, state ID, or provide the last 4 digits of your social security number (SSN), if you have one.
- If you registered by mail and did not include your state’s driver’s license number or the last 4 digits of your SSN, you must show an acceptable form of ID (see below) at your polling place.
- If you apply for an absentee/vote by mail ballot and did not include your state’s driver’s license number or the last 4 digits of your SSN when you registered by mail, you must include a copy of an acceptable ID (see below).
Here is a list of acceptable IDs: Documents that prove who you are
Your state may have other ID requirements for voting in person or for absentee/vote by mail ballot.