I’ve written about Utah’s roughshod dispensing of the voter list and the security compromise voters are forced to choose in order to simply exercise their right to vote. Some things improved very slightly but much work remains on the issue.
Fortunately, after contacting the Davis County Clerk’s office to discuss the changes to the law, it appears that they are ready and willing to help those with any reasonable security risk to mark their records private so not everyone an their dog has access to their personal information and voting history.
For the military and those in government, it should be easily to qualify and include their family members as Daesh (the accurate name for ISIS) continues to threaten attacks on US soil specifically targeting the aforementioned groups. If you live in Davis County, I highly encourage you to contact the clerk’s office and see if you qualify. They are ready and willing to help (I was impressed by their courtesy, candor, and professionalism when I called to gather information – kudos to the Clerk and his staff!).
If you live in another county, I would still contact your clerk’s office to gather this information. It serves a twofold pupose – easily protect your identity and you and your family’s safety.