Daggett County 2022 Election Information
2022 Election Update:
The General Election for 2022 was held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
The Canvass of the General Election was on Tuesday, November 22nd at 1:00 pm
The Audit of the General Election was on Monday, November 21st at 2:00 pm
2022 General Election Official Results - November 22, 2022
2022 General Election Official Results by Precinct - 11/22/2022
2022 General Election Unofficial Results - November 8, 2022
2022 General Election Ballot Processing Statistics
The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) provides voting assistance to military service members, their families and voters overseas. Their web site offers information and assistance to members of these groups.
FVAP Website For Utah
Military & Overseas Absentee Ballot Application (FPCA)
Ballottrax is a new product that will allow voters to track the progress of their ballot from mailing, received by the Clerk's office and counted. Sign up for free!
2022 Daggett County Candidate List:
|Name||Contact Info||Office Desired|
|Charles Card||School Board-District 1|
|Amber Kelly||801-367-1537||School Board-District 1|
|Chelsy Lail||School Board-District 2|
|Jack Lytle||Commissioner B|
|Sarah Wilson||School Board-District 3|
|Matt Tippets||Commissioner A|
|Erik L. Bailey||Sheriff|
|Ryan Blaine Evershed||435-790-1496||8th District Juvenile Judge|
|Samuel Paul Chiara||435-722-0235||8th District Court Judge|
For information about candidates go to vote.utah.gov and select the "Learn about candidates and issues" icon or the Judges link to see more information on the judges that are up for retention this year. You can also look at the 2022 Voter Information Pamphlet. Follow the link for Candidate Financial Disclosures.
2022 Voter Registration:
If you have not registered to vote yet, you may only do so at an Early Vote Location or on Election Day. You will then have to vote provisionally. For additional information regarding voting, the candidates or the Constitutional Amendments, please visit vote.utah.gov or contact the Clerk's Office at 435-784-3154.
IMPORTANT: Any individual with a disability who is not able to vote a manual ballot by mail should contact the Clerk's Office at 435-784-3154 for further assistance.
Important 2022 Election Dates*:
October 28, 2022 - Call the Clerk's Office if you have not received your ballot
October 28, 2022 - Voter Registration Deadline - 5 pm postmark or in person
October 28 and 31, 2022 - In-person early voting at the Courthouse - 9 am to 5 pm (95 North 1st West; Manila, Utah)
November 1, 2022 - In-person early voting in Dutch John at the Conference Hall (530 South Blvd; Dutch John, Utah) from 3 pm to 7 pm
November 2 and 3, 2022 - In-person early voting at the Courthouse - 9 am to 5 pm (95 North 1st West; Manila, Utah)
November 7, 2022 - Last day for a voter to mail in a ballot. It must be postmarked by this date to be counted! Please take into consideration the closing time of your Post Office and have it hand cancelled this day.
November 8, 2022 - General Election Day - Courthouse Vote Center Opens at 7 am and is open until 8 pm; Daggett County Courthouse (95 North 1st West; Manila, Utah) Ballot Boxes are open until 8 pm.
November 21, 2022 - General Election Audit - Daggett County Courthouse at 2 pm in the Clerk's Office (95 North 1st West; Manila, Utah)
November 22, 2022 - Canvass of the Election - Daggett County Courthouse at 1 pm in the Commission Chambers (95 North 1st West; Manila, Utah)
*The dates listed above may change or new information may be added, so check back regularly.
Utah Association of Counties Voting Videos:
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2022 Primary Election:
The Canvass was held earlier today and the 2022 Primary Results Are Official: Canvass Report Official 2022 Primary Summary Statement of Votes Cast
2022 Ballot Statistics:
Ballots were mailed Friday, June 10, 2022
06/15/2022 - 1 Ballot Received, the single ballot has not begun processing yet. 07/12/2022- We have received 223 ballots so far. There were no provisional ballots this election. No ballots are waiting to be adjudicated and No ballots needed replication. We have rejected 5 ballots that were postmarked too late. We have 5 ballots that were rejected for no matching signatures that were not cured. There was 1 of the 5 that the cure letter arrived too late to be counted.
Logic and Accuracy Testing:
The Public Logic and Accuracy Testing was performed on Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 1:00 pm at the Daggett County Courthouse and all test ballots were accurately and successfully tabulated and recorded.
2021 General Election Information
The Municipal Elections held in 2021 were run by the individual Towns. Please check their websites for additional information.
2020 General Election Information
The 2020 General Election was held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Official Results by Precinct 11-17-2020 (PDF)
Official Results 11-17-2020 (PDF)
Unofficial Election Results (PDF)
Important General Election Links and Documents
Alternate Address Form for use if you are away from your address during the elections
www.vote.utah.gov State Voting Information
State Voter Pamphlet
Logic and Accuracy Test Notice for November 3rd, 2020.
All Ballots, whether mailed or placed in drop boxes, must be placed in the yellow envelopes provided with the ballots and must be signed in the proper area on the envelope. The optional phone number and email are helpful if we need to contact you in the event your signature does not match
Do NOT put any ballots in the Post Office after the last mail pickup on Election Day!
2020 Primary Election Results:
Official Results of the June Primary Election June 30, 2020
Official Results of the June Primary Election June 30, 2020 by Precinct
Unofficial Results of the June Primary Election on June 30, 2020.
Canvass of the June Primary Election on June 30, 2020.
Official Results of the Dutch John Dissolution Election
2020 Presidential Primary Election Results:
Daggett County Official Results (PDF)Unofficial Results (PDF)
Tax Restructuring Provisions Referendum
There was a Referendum circulating to cause a vote on the Tax Bill passed in Special Session. We are required to post a list of Daggett County Voters who have signed the referendum. Referendum Signed Voter List
*The Tax bill has been repealed by the legislature and a new bill is in the works.
2019 Municipal Election Information
Municipal Election for the Town of Dutch John and the Town of Manila will be conducted by mail only. Ballots will be mailed by the respective town to active registered voters in late September. Voter Registration is maintained by the State of Utah with the assistance of Daggett County. You can check your voter information at vote.utah.gov or by contacting/visiting the County Clerk’s Office as indicated below. If you have moved please update your address in order to receive your ballot.
2018 General Election Information
- 2018 General Election Canvass Report (PDF) - 11/20/2018
- Final 2018 General Election Results (PDF)
- Final 2018 General Election Results By Precinct (PDF)
- Final 2018 General Election Results By Precinct - Table Format (PDF)
- Unofficial Results on 11/06/2018 (PDF)
2018 Primary Election Information
- 2018 Official Primary Election Result Summary (PDF)
- 2018 Official Primary Election Results by Precinct (PDF)
- Primary Canvass Results (PDF)
- 2018 Unofficial Primary Election Results (PDF) - June 26, 2018
The Town of Dutch John and the Town of Manila had just enough people sign up for the positions available so all positions were uncontested and both of the Municipal Elections were cancelled.
2016 General Election Results
Please see Unofficial Election Results (PDF) for Daggett County on the November 8, 2016 election.
95 N 1st West
PO Box 219
Manila, UT 84046
Phone: 435-784-3154Fax: 435-784-3335
HoursMonday through Friday9 am to 5 pm
Brian RaymondClerk/Certified GRAMA Officer
Vicki TannerDeputy Clerk & 8th District Court Clerk