Lt. Governor’s Office kicks off voter education and outreach campaign

SALT LAKE CITY – Tuesday was National Voter Registration Day, and with Election Day just 41 days away, the Utah Lt. Governor’s Office has launched mass media campaign to encourage all eligible Utahns to register to vote and become informed voters.

“More than ever before, Utah voters have robust resources to educate themselves about candidates and issues on the 2012 ballot, as well as many options to cast their ballots,” Lt. Gov. Greg Bell said. “We want to ensure that all eligible Utahns are able to participate as well-informed voters.”

The Lt. Governor’s Office operates, the state’s premier source for election-related information. Utahns who visit the site can register to vote, view and update their registration information, request an absentee ballot, find their polling place, research candidates and issues, review a personalized sample ballot, see Early Voting locations and times in their county, and more.

Building on the momentum of its previous award-winning outreach campaign, the Lt. Governor’s Office is utilizing a series of dynamic television, radio, and online ads, as well as billboards, to encourage Utahns to visit Created by Salt Lake-based Love Communications, the campaign shows how anyone can be a “hero” by educating himself or herself about the 2012 election.

Important upcoming dates related to the 2012 election:

  • Deadline to register to vote by-mail: Oct. 9
  • Deadline to register in person or online: Oct. 22
  • Early Voting begins: Oct. 23
  • Early Voting ends: Nov. 2
  • Last day to request a by-mail ballot: Nov. 2
  • General Election Day: Nov. 6

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