Primary Elections underway in San Juan County

Utah's primary election day is June 28, but San Juan County residents can begin voting now through election day.
All registered voters in San Juan School District Three and Registered Republicans in Commission district two will participate in county primaries. 
All registered Republicans in the county will also be able to vote in the US House Three and US Senate Primaries.
Mail-in ballots are being sent from the County Clerk's Office to registered Republican voters as well as all registered voters within the new school district three seat.
Following 2021 redistricting, the school board’s new district three seat includes Bluff, White Mesa, Mexican Hat, parts of Montezuma Creek, and parts of Blanding.
The June 28 primary will ask all registered voters in the school board district three to narrow a field of three down to two for November's general election.
Voters will choose between Colleen E. Benally, Sheila Stubbs Knight, and Valerie Lee, with the top two vote earners advancing to November's general election.
School board positions are non-partisan meaning all registered voters in the district, regardless of party affiliation, are invited to vote.
Republicans in County Commission District two will choose between Silvia Stubbs and Clinte E. Black to represent the party in the November general election.
All Republicans in San Juan County will participate in a primary for both US House District Three and a US Senate seat.
County Republicans will vote in a primary election for US House District Three. Incumbent John Curtis will face off against Chris Herrod to represent the Republican party for the election in November.
County Republicans will also vote in a primary election for US Senate. Incumbent Mike Lee will face challengers Ally Isom and Becky Edwards.
The first round of ballots were sent out on May 27, with other ballots being mailed out to county residents. Mail-in ballots must be postmarked by June 27.
In addition to mail-in ballots, early in-person voting began May 31 and will continue through Election day.
Early in-person voting will also take place throughout the county.
Early in-person voting will be available during regular business hours at the County Clerks Office at the County Administration building in Monticello now through June 28.
Early in-person voting will also be available in Montezuma Creek, White Mesa, Monument Valley, Bluff, Navajo Mountain and Blanding on different dates.
Early in-person voting with Navajo Language assistance is available at the Bluff Community Center on June 1st, 15th, and 22nd from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm
Early in-person voting with Navajo Language assistance is available at the Montezuma Creek Diné Professional Building on June 6th, 13th, and 21st from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
Early in-person voting with Navajo Language assistance is available at the Monument Valley Welcome Center on June 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
Early in-person voting with Navajo Language assistance is available at the Navajo Mountain Chapter House on June 8th, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
Early in-person voting with Ute Language assistance is available at the White Mesa Community Center on June 2, 9, 16, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Early voting will also be available at Blanding City Offices on June 27 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
Election day polling locations will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on June 28. 
Locations with Navajo Language assistance include the Montezuma Creek Diné Professional Building, the Monument Valley Welcome Center, and the Navajo Mountain Chapter House. The White Mesa Community Center will have Ute Langauge assistance and  Election day voting will also be available at the County Clerk's Office in Monticello.

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