2019 Municipal Election

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2019 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

The county will be releasing the preliminary results tonight at 8:00 pm. Additional releases dates are: November 6 and November 19 unless they receive a significant number of mailed ballots next week.

The final results will be posted on November 19 after all provisional and outstanding mailed/absentee ballots have been counted and the results have been certified. 


November 12, 2019 Preliminary Election Results

VISIT THE UTAH COUNTY WEBSITE FOR INTERACTIVE ELECTION RESULTS.

11.12.2019 Preliminary Results - RAP Tax
11.12.2019 update - Preliminary Results - First Seat
11.12.2019 update - Preliminary Results - Second Seat

November 6, 2019  - PM Preliminary Election Results 

VISIT THE UTAH COUNTY WEBSITE FOR INTERACTIVE ELECTION RESULTS.

11.06.2019  PM Preliminary Results - RAP Tax
11.06.2019 PM update - Preliminary Results - First Seat
11.06.2019 PM update - Preliminary Results - Second Seat

November 6, 2019 (noon) Preliminary Election Results

VISIT THE UTAH COUNTY WEBSITE FOR INTERACTIVE ELECTION RESULTS.

11.06.2019 at noon - Preliminary Results - RAP Tax
11.06.2019 at noon - Preliminary Results - First Seat
11.06.2019 at noon - Preliminary Results - Second Seat

November 5, 2019 Preliminary Election Results

VISIT THE UTAH COUNTY WEBSITE FOR INTERACTIVE ELECTION RESULTS.

11.05.2019 Preliminary Results - First Seat
11.05.2019 Preliminary Results - Second Seat


IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES

No primary election will be held this year because we will be running ranked choice elections.

General Election

Important Dates to Remember

August 13-20:   Declaration of Candidacy Filing Period

September 3:    The last day for a write-in candidate to declare candidacy

September 3:     The last day for an eligible voter to file a request with the City Recorder to submit an argument                                              for or against the RAP Tax 

September 12:   Ranked Choice voting demonstration

October 6:          The last day a resident can establish residency and vote in the Vineyard 2019 General                                                                Election

October 7:         The last day the county will accept mail-in voter registration for the 2019 General Election.                                                       Voter registration forms must be postmarked by this date.

October 15:       Ballots mailed out. If you have not received your ballot by October 21 please contact the                                                           Utah County Election Office at 801-851-8128.

October 15:       Ranked Choice voting demonstration

October 21:         If you have not received your ballot by October 21 please contact the Utah County Election                                                    Office at 801-851-8128.

October 29:      The last day the county will accept in-person or online voter registration for the General                                                           Election. To register to vote online go to www.vote.utah.gov

November 4:    The last day to mail your ballot. Ballot envelope must be postmarked on or before this date.

November 5:     Election Day. Election Service Centers will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. To vote in                                                             Vineyard, the Election Service Center is located at 125 South Main Street. You may vote                                                         any Election Service Center in the county. Please check the Utah County website for                                                                locations.

November 19:   Canvass and Certification of election results

January 6:         Newly-elected Councilmembers are sworn in and take office.


Military and overseas voters please go to the following website for further information on registering and voting. https://voteinfo.utah.gov/military-and-overseas-voters/


MILITARY/OVERSEAS VOTERS and people with disabilities

Voatz the Mobile Voting Pilot Project


Did you know that active military members and their families are eligible to vote using electronic ballot delivery methods under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act?  All you need to do is complete a (FPCA) Federal Post Card Application at FVAP.gov and mark that you want your ballot emailed. 

  • You can receive your ballot electronically using the Voatz application which allows you to vote on your secured phone or tablet. Your vote will remain secret.  
  • Individuals that are overseas serving a mission are also eligible for the pilot project.
  • Individuals with a disability are also eligible for the pilot project. They do not have to live outside of Utah to participate.