Please check out this link to an interview with Justin Lee from the Lt. Governor's Office with important information about your ballot and voting. http://www.good4utah.com/news/top-stories/what-you-need-to-know-for-the-primary-election/786124407
Utah County Clerk Bryan Thompson confirmed that some Republican ballots were mailed to non-Republican voters. The Utah County Elections office is working diligently and trying to determine the scope of the problem. Their office will be mailing out informational postcards to those affected.
If you received a ballot and are an unaffiliated voter you may disregard the Republican/3rd Congressional portion of the ballot.
If you are registered with another party you must contact the county offices at 801.851.8128. If you would like to vote and affiliate as a Republican you can bring your ballot to the Voter Service Center on Primary Election Day, August 15, 2017 at the Vineyard Offices, 125 South Main Street. For more questions you may contact the Utah County Elections office.
Elections will be run all Vote by Mail. For further information check out the "How Do I Vote" page on the "Elections" page. For information on how to register to vote check out the "Voter Information" page on the "Elections" page.
Vineyard will be holding a Primary Election to nominate two candidates for Mayor. Please go to the 2017 Primary Election page (above left) to see who is running for each office. The Primary Election will officially end on August 15 at 8:00 PM.
For the General Election, you will be voting to elect a mayor and two councilmembers. The candidates for council can currently be found on the 2017 Primary Election page. The General Election will officially end on November 7 at 8:00 PM.