Utah’s June 30 primary election is being conducted entirely through ballots mailed to citizens.
But that has led the ACLU of Utah to object that most Utah counties don’t provide pre-paid postage for the ballots. That group includes Summit County.
On its website, the ACLU says that out of 29 counties in Utah, 18 don’t provide postage. The organization said that voting should be easy and accessible, and contended that even the cost of a stamp can be a barrier to voting.