VINEYARD, Utah — Officials warned voters Tuesday night of a nonexistent voting location that some search engines are reportedly sending voters to.
The false location is at the Geneva Megaplex, 600 N. Mill Rd., Vineyard UT, 84059.
Attention #UtahCounty Voters.— ACLU of Utah (@acluutah) November 4, 2020
Some search engines are directing people to a voting location in #Vineyard that doesn't exist.
Find the correct list of voting locations at the County Clerk website here: https://t.co/klOV2CGZqx -@Amelia4Utah @IvieNathan #utpol @UtahCountyGov pic.twitter.com/p5Idpr6Shr
The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah blasted the warning out and urged people to check the County Clerk website for a correct list of voting locations.
Voters are allowed to drop off their ballots until 8 p.m., after that center will be closed, however those who are in line will be allowed to cast their ballot, no matter how much time it may take after the 8 p.m. deadline.