KPCW's 2014 Election Coverage includes everything from filing to primaries to final results. Below we've listed the candidates for each position and when available, a link to their latest interview.`DATES TO REMEMBERMonday, October 20 - KPCW/Park Record Election ForumMonday, October 20 -Early Voting BeginsFriday, October 27- Last Day to register in person at the County Clerk's office*Saturday, October 28- Last Day to register online*Friday, October 31 - Early Voting EndsMonday, November 3 - All absentee ballots must be post marked prior to Election Day and received prior to Nov. 18Tuesday, November 4- General Election Day*You will not be eligible to participate in early voting, but you will be able to vote on election day.Park City School Board, District #4 (Jeremy Ranch)J.J. EhlersPark City School Board, District #5 (Summit Park, Timberline, Pinebrook)Julie EihausenDoug PayneDebate with both candidatesSummit County Council, Seat DChris Robinson (D) incumbentCraig Williams (R)Summit County Council, Seat EDavid Ure (R) incumbentSean Warton (D)Summit County AuditorMichael Howard (D)Gary Shumway (R)Summit County AssessorSteve MartinSummit County TreasurerCorrie Forsling (D) incumbentAmy Yost (R)Summit County RecorderMary Ann Trussell (D) incumbentVicki Richards (R)Walter Brock, write-in CandidateSummit County ClerkKent Jones (D)Nick Coleman (R)Summit County AttorneyDavid Brickey (R) incumbentJudge Robert Hilder (D)Summit County SheriffSheriff's Captain Justin Martinez (D)Kris Hendricksen (R)Utah State House, District 28Brian King (D)Utah State House, District 53Mel Brown (R) incumbentRay Worthen (D)Utah State House, District 54Kraig Powell (R) incumbentGlenn Wright (D)Utah State Senate, District 26Kevin Van Tassell (R) incumbentWayne Stevens (D)U.S. Congress, Utah House District 1Rob Bishop (R) incumbentDonna McAleer (D)Craig Bowden (Libertarian)Dwayne Vance (Independent American)
Eihausen Talks Campaign For Board Of Education Seat
Park City Board of Education candidate Julie Eihausen will square off against three others for the district five school board seat in the June 24th primary election. Lynn Ware Peek has more.