First of all, US citizens are guaranteed the right of petition (1st amendment); meaning you can petition anything you want (you can petition for flying cars or free ice cream). The right of petition is also guaranteed in the Utah state constitution, so you're doubleplusgood to go.
Second, Maryland is considering allowing ranked choice voting, but only for local elections.
Third, citizens don't vote for Presidential candidates--at least, not directly. We vote for electors who then vote for President. In the context of the electoral vote, a ranked choice vote doesn't make a lot of sense. Ranked choice voting is best when you have elections where no candidate gets a majority, which is atypical in Presidential elections (especially in strongly partisan states like Utah). It might make more sense for Utah to split it's six electoral votes in proportion to the number of votes that each candidate receives.