More than 11,000 ballots on way to Sanpete voters
Patricia Clark, deputy Sanpete County clerk, seals some of the 11,240 general election ballots that went in the mail Tuesday. Because of the volume of ballots, most people won’t get their ballots until today, and some ballots may not arrive until early next week. If you believe you are registered to vote but haven’t received a ballot by Oct. 27, call the clerk’s office at 835-2131.
You can still register up to Halloween and receive a regular ballot. If you register after Nov. 1, you will get a provisional ballot. For complete information about voting and about all candidates on local ballots, see the special Sanpete Messenger election report, coming in next week’s paper.