LOGAN – Ballots for the upcoming Logan Municipal Primary Election will be mailed July 23 and arrive in mail boxes the next few days.
Logan residents may return their voted ballot in one of two ways:
- Mail your ballot, postmarked no later than the August 12.
- Drop off your ballot at Logan City Hall (290 North 100 West) inside or outside before 8 p.m. on Primary Election Day, August 13.
If you prefer the traditional way of voting in an election, you will be able to do that on the day of the election.
“There are still people who want to do the traditional way of voting,” explained City Recorder Teresa Harris. “We will have a voting assistance center set up here at City Hall if someone wants to come in and vote. They need to bring in their ballot,” she emphasized.
There are seven, non-partisan candidates on the ballot running for three open Logan City Council seats. They include:
Residents will vote for three candidates. The top six will advance to the General Election held November 5.
Logan City implemented vote by mail as a means to increase voter turnout as well as be consistent with Cache County, which is a by-mail election county.