Wasatch County Republican
Presidential Preference Election
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Meet the Candidates 6-7 PM (all locations)
Official Meeting Begins at 7 PM
Vote for precinct officers, county & state delegates, and U.S. President!
This year voters will be able to cast their Republican Presidential Preference ballot either online (7am-11pm), at the Neighborhood Caucus, or by absentee ballot.
(There will not be a Presidential Primary in June.)
Sign up in advance for the caucus and/or for the
Click on “Caucus Pre-Registration” or click on “Online Voting for President”. Scroll down and select Wasatch County, fill out the form (Voter ID optional), indicate whether you will vote for President online or in person at your caucus, and submit the form. If you choose to vote for President online you will be issued a unique PIN number which will be used to vote on March 22. If you choose not to vote online you can vote in person at the caucus or by absentee ballot.
If you do not sign up in advance at utah.gop you can still vote at caucus for officers, delegates, and for President.
Anyone can attend a caucus meeting; however, in order to participate one must live in the precinct, be at least 18 years of age by the general election date, and be a registered Republican. Those who are not registered Republicans can register at: https://secure.utah.gov/voterreg/ or they can affiliate as Republican at caucus meetings on March 22.
Please visit wasatchgop.com for precinct maps, caucus locations, and contact info. To request tickets to the SLC Presidential Debate and for additional caucus info. visit utah.gop.
Direct any questions to:
County GOP Chair, Morgan Murdock:
County GOP Vice Chair, Jim Green:
or any Precinct Chair/Host (chair names and contact info. at wasatchgop.com)