City Election Information:



Notice of Election

Filing for Candidacy

Washington City will hold a municipal election to elect three(3) Council Members to serve four year terms. Qualifications to be a candidate are:

1.Be a registered voter; and

2.Be a resident of the municipality, or a resident of the recently annexed area

for 12 consecutive months immediately before the date of the election; and

3.Any mentally incompetent person, any person convicted of a felony, or any

person convicted of treason or a crime against the elective franchise may not hold office in this state until the right to hold elective office is restored under Section 20A-2-101.3 or 20A-2-101.5; and

4.Pay required filing fee.

A qualified candidate may file a Declaration of Candidacy statement in person with the City Recorder. The filing period is during regular office hours from 8:00 A.M. June 3, 2019 until 5:00 P.M. on June 7, 2019. All candidates are subject to campaign financial statement disclosure regulations.

If you have any questions, please contact the City Recorders Office at the Washington City Offices, 111 North 100 East, Washington Utah, or by phone at (435) 656-6308.

Danice B. Bulloch, MMC

City Recorder

Additional Information

On January 10, 2018 the City Council passed a Resolution approving Washington City to be a Vote by Mail city. Voting by mail is a huge step for our City, a significant amount of time has gone into researching this option. Washington City has seen a large decrease in voter turnout over the years. The best voter turnout was in 2013 at 28.44%, which is overall a very small amount of our population. Here are some of the reasons vote by mail will be more convenient for our voters.

  • Ballots will be sent to your home, relieving the stress of getting to a polling/voting location and standing in line.
  • Ballots are sent approx 30 days before the election, giving voters more time to do their research on the candidates.
  • Increase in voter turnout.

Please take advantage of this gift our City Council has provided for our citizens. I encourage citizens over the age of 18 years to get out and vote. Here are some questions you may have about voter registration:

  • Have you registered to vote recently and want to make sure all your information is correct?
  • Have you moved recently or changed your name?
  • Want to change your party affiliation?
  • Has it been awhile since you voted?
  • Not sure whether or not you are registered?

Please feel free to contact the Washington City Recorders Office at (435) 656-6308 for information concerning our local Municipal Election, or your Voter Registration. You can also visit this website for Additional voter informationat https://vote.utah.gov


Danice B Bulloch, MMC

City Recorder

Polling Districts Map:

Click Here to Check your Voting District, then see below to find where to vote(pdf Map)

Polling Locations:

Precinct: WA60, WA61, WA62, WA71- Washington City Hall

111 North 100 East

Washington, Utah 84780

Precinct: WA63, WA64- Washington City Library

220 North 300 East

Washington, Utah 84780

Precinct: WA65, WA68, WA72- Riverside Elementary

2500 S. Harvest Lane

Washington, Utah 84780

Precinct: WA66, WA73- Coral Canyon Elementary

3435 E. Canyon Crest Ave.

Washington, Utah 84780

Precinct: WA67, WA70- Washington City Public Works Office

1305 E. Washington Dam Road

Washington, Utah 84780

Precinct: WA69- George Washington Academy

2277 South 3000 East

St. George, Utah 84790

Contact Information:

Washington City Recorder

111 North 100 East

Washington, Utah 84780

(435) 656-6308

dbulloch@washingtoncity.org

Washington County Clerk's Office

197 E. Tabernacle St.

St. George, Utah 84770

(435) 634-5700

http://www.washco.utah.gov/clerk/electionInfo.php

Utah Lieutenant Governors Office at vote.utah.gov

http://vote.utah.gov/


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