Election season is heating up and the Utah Election Office announced Thursday that voter information is now available. 950,000 election postcards are now on their way to Utah households pointing Utahns to the 2016 Voter Information Pamphlet now available online with information on candidates, proposed constitutional amendments, judicial retention information and how to vote in each county. Uintah County and Duchesne County voters will receive a by-mail ballot and those that would rather vote in person can vote at their County Clerk’s office on election day. Daggett County voters must request a mail-in ballot if that’s what they prefer and otherwise can vote at their polling place with early voting starting on October 25th through election day. Access voter information at www.vote.utah.gov.