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There are just 11 days to the Republican primary, and I am more excited than ever!

With the primary close on our heels, we're putting our all into what really matters: the voters and people of this great state!

This week, I had the privilege of spending time in your communities.

Across seven counties—Davis, Wasatch, Summit, Salt Lake, Cache, Weber, and Utah—I spoke with voters about the challenges they face every day and their work to make a difference.
Learning how to retire the flag with the American Legion and local Girl Scouts in Murray Tuesday. 
In every neighborhood, city, and county, I meet Utahns who are getting engaged, supporting their community, and taking steps to make their voices heard in this month's primary election. 

With each conversation, I've listened to people's desires and challenges.

Through your stories, I'm learning how I can meet those challenges, for our state and our nation, in Washington D.C. 
Spending time with voters, and a few future voters, in Woods Cross on Thursday.
Hanging out on the Yellow Couch Tour in Provo on Wednesday afternoon.
Getting ready for golden hour with supporters in Midway Wednesday evening.
This is my favorite part of being on the campaign trail.

This election isn't about me, nor about Mike Lee. It's about you.

Election day, June 28th, will be here in the blink of an eye, but for the next 11 days, I'm going around the state to hear your story, your concerns, and your vision for Utah's future.

It's why I'm in this race, and I'm eager to take your story with me to Washington D.C. 
Looking for a chance to connect? I was hoping you were. Join me this weekend at one of our next events!


Bountiful Rotary Car Show, 6:00-9:00 pm, 200 South Main Street, Bountiful


Midway Yellow Couch Tour, 10:00-11:30 am, 160 S Center St., Midway

Ogden Juneteenth Heritage Festival, 1:30-2:30 pm, Taggart Student Center, Utah State University

Ogden Yellow Couch Tour, 3:00-5:00 pm, 4245 Skyline Pkwy, Ogden

Ballots were mailed to every registered Republican voter on June 7th. Already, voters across the state have flooded our social media with photos of their ballots and #bubblesforbecky.

I am thrilled to see so many Utahns getting involved, filling out their ballots, and spreading the word on how to participate in this month's primary! 

As we've been sharing information on how, when, and where to vote, Utahns have been reaching out with questions about their mail-in ballots.

So, if you haven't received your ballot but were expecting one, don't worry—you're not alone! There are a few reasons you could be missing your ballot, but rest assured, you can still make your voice heard in this month's primary! Here's what you need to know:

It's not too late to vote by mail!

If you're a registered Republican, the deadline to request a mail-in ballot is Tuesday, June 21st, by 5 pm. To request a mail ballot, contact your county clerk's office! You can find your county clerk's contact and county mail election information here.

Double-check your voter registration at

You can use the 'Find my voter registration' tool to see your information. Once you have your information, there are a few things to look for:

Are you registered as a Republican?

If you are a new or unaffiliated voter, the deadline to affiliate online is TODAY! Head to to register or update your voter information. 

To register or affiliate in person, bring two forms of identification to your polling location by election day, June 28th. Learn more about Utah's voter I.D. requirements here.

What's your voter status?

If your voter status is active, but you didn't receive your ballot, contact your county clerk's office as soon as possible. 

Inactive voters
—voters who have not voted in two regular general elections and have not responded to a notice from their county clerk—do not receive mail ballots.

If your voter status is listed as inactive, but you want to vote by mail, contact your county clerk's office to update your status and request your mail ballot by Tuesday, June 21st at 5 pm. Inactive voters can vote early and on election day in person. Find your county's early voting dates and polling locations here.  

Do you have the correct mailing address?

If you've moved or your mailing address differs from your residential address, you can update your mailing information here. Once your information is up to date, contact your county clerk's office to request your mail ballot by Tuesday, June 21st at 5 pm!

Still unsure about how to participate in this month's primary? We've got you covered! Contact us on social media at @beckyforutah or email at [email protected] so we can help you get to the polls this month!

As always, thank you for your support. 

Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate

P.O. Box 1467
Bountiful, UT 84011

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