SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Filing for the Utah Republican Presidential Preference Poll closed on December 15, 2023. The final list of candidates who have qualified and remain on the ballot is as follows (in alphabetical order):

Ryan Binkley

Ron DeSantis

Nikki Haley

Asa Hutchinson

Vivek Ramaswamy

Donald Trump

Chris Christie and Doug Burgum had also qualified for the ballot, but suspended their campaigns on January 10, 2024 and December 4, 2023 respectively. All of these candidates met the requirements put forth by the Utah Republican Party including filing needed forms and paying the filing fee.

“We are looking forward to any registered Republican in Utah participating in caucus and expressing their support for their preferred candidate. We have invited and encouraged these candidates to get to know our Republican electorate leading up to caucus night on March 5, 2024,” noted Utah Republican Party Chair Rob Axson.

The Utah Republican Party will continue to provide information concerning caucus participation, the role of delegates, how to vote for a preferred presidential candidate, and more. Utah Republicans will also have the opportunity to vote absentee for those who cannot attend their local precinct caucus in person.

“We appreciate all of the candidates’ ongoing efforts to engage in Utah’s caucus system and hope to see them here in Utah as we approach caucus night and thereafter. It is critically important that we replace President Biden in 2024 and turn around the direction of our country. I know that Utahns have the commitment, ideas, and principles to make that happen.” explained Chair Axson.

Additional Information:

More information about the Presidential Preference Poll is available here: Please note that information on only pertains to the election of delegates and precinct leadership, NOT the presidential preference poll.

When: Super Tuesday March 5, 2024, starting at 7pm.

What: Election of state delegates, county delegates and precinct leadership, AND a Presidential Preference Poll (PPP) where registered Republicans can vote for their preferred Republican presidential nominee, either in person or by absentee ballot.

Who: Registered Republican voters in Utah.

How: Registered Republican voters may participate in person or by absentee ballot. For the PPP, there will be one round of voting only wherein each voter will choose one presidential candidate on their ballot. Results will be determined on a statewide basis.

Results: The PPP will inform the vote of the Republican National Delegates from Utah during the Republican National Convention in July 2024. Their votes in the first round of balloting at the National Convention will directly reflect proportional vote results of the PPP for any candidate who secures a minimum of 15% support from Utah Republicans.


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