Utah sees record number of voters this election

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Over 1.2 million people have voted so far in Utah, which breaks a record for the state.

RELATED: Get latest results of the 2020 General Election here

The previous record for voter turnout in Utah was 1,152,369 in the 2016 presidential election. So far this year, 1,214,681 voters have turned in ballots.

Polls close in Utah at 8 p.m.

CountyBallots Processed
Beaver County2,809
Box Elder County24,247
Cache County44,476
Carbon County8,184
Daggett County555
Davis County148,280
Duchesne County7,990
Emery County4,700
Garfield County2,701
Grand County4,858
Iron County20,000
Juab County5,314
Kane County3,967
Millard County5,293
Morgan County6,060
Piute County847
Rich County1,250
Salt Lake County459,824
San Juan County5,194
Sanpete County10,192
Sevier County9,404
Summit County18,787
Tooele County28,079
Uintah County14,340
Utah County207,649
Wasatch County16,092
Washington County80,650
Wayne County1,585
Weber County71,354
Total1,214,681
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