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Final day to vote in SLC primary

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Those who have not yet mailed their ballots in the Salt Lake City primary election have two options to get counted today.

Four Vote Centers designed for citizens who need ADA accommodations, prospective voters who did not receive a ballot in the mail, missed the August 10 postmark deadline, or require same-day voter registration will be open until 8 p.m. Traditional polling locations will not be open this year.

The following Vote Centers will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.:

River’s Bend Northwest Senior Center
1300 West 300 North

Trolley Square (Southeast Corner)
600 South 700 East

Sorensen Multicultural Center
855 W. California Ave. (1300 S.)

First Congregational Church
2150 S. Foothill Drive (2755 E.)

The following Drop Box Locations are available on Election Day for voters to submit their completed mail-in ballots:

River’s Bend Northwest Senior Center
1300 West 300 North (Closes 8 p.m.)

Salt Lake County Government Center
2001 South State Street (Closes 8 p.m.)

Salt Lake City & County Building
451 South State Street, 2nd Floor (Closes 5 p.m.)

The Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office, the agency administering the election process, mailed 71,822 ballots to registered Salt Lake City voters in mid-July. As of Monday afternoon, a total of 22,934 voters – or roughly 32 percent – have submitted ballots.

Residents with additional questions should visit the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Division of Elections at www.slco.org/clerk/elections.

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