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Election signups end Monday, voting begins Tuesday

Published October 18, 2013 9:25 pm

Municipalities • Residents of Utah cities to elect mayors and council members on Nov. 5.
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Monday is the last day for Utahns to register to vote in city elections on Nov. 5.

Citizens with a current Utah driver license or state identification card may register in person at their county clerk's office or online at vote.utah.gov.

Locations of some clerks' offices are:

Cache County • 179 N. Main St., Suite 102, Logan;

Davis County • 61 S. Main St., Room 104, Farmington;

Salt Lake County • 2001 S. State St., S1100, Salt Lake City;

Summit County • 60 N. Main St., Coalville;

Tooele County • 47 S. Main, St. Tooele;

Utah County • 100 E. Center St., Room 3100, Provo; and

Weber County • 2380 Washington Blvd., Suite 320, Ogden.

Early voting for mayoral and city council seats begins Tuesday and continues weekdays through Nov. 1.

Check your city's website for voting days and hours.

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