SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's ballot has been finalized.
The Lt. Governor's Office, which oversees elections, selected the order of candidates at random for all races. This year's ballot will be significantly large. There's the races for President, Congress, Governor, Attorney General, Utah State Legislature, judges, local school boards and municipal seats, etc.
There are also seven constitutional amendments on the ballot. They were lettered on Monday:
- Amendment A changes Utah's constitution to use gender-neutral language
- Amendment B modifies who is qualified to be elected to the Utah State Legislature
- Amendment C removes references to "slavery" from Utah's constitution
- Amendment D deals with municipal water rights in Utah
- Amendment E enshrines a "right to hunt and fish" in Utah's constitution
- Amendment F allows the Utah State Legislature to set its own start date for the annual legislative session
- Amendment G modifies the earmark on the income tax from only covering education to also providing funding for children and people with disabilities
Ballots will be mailed out 21 days before Election Day. See the finalized ballot here.