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RESULTSMayor of Park CityAndy BeermanCity Council seats (2 available)Tim Henney, Tuesday, Oct 29, 8:15 AMCindy Masomoto, Wednesday, Oct 30, 8:15 COUNTY ELECTIONSCoalville MayorTrevor JohnsonOakley MayorWade Woolstenhume VOTINGPolling locations are open until 8:00 PM. Voters are required to vote at the polling location for their precinct and will be required to show identification.Consolidated District 1WHERE:City Hall - Marsac BuildingCouncil Chambers Lower Floor 445 Marsac Avenue, Park City UT WHO:#1 - Deer Valley North #2 - Old Town South#31 - Deer Valley South #32 - Old Town North Consolidated District 2 & 3WHERE:Park City High School Eccles Center Lobby 1750 Kearns Boulevard, Park City UT WHO:#3 - Prospector #4 - Thaynes#33 - Sidewinder #5 - Park Meadows South #6 - Quarry Mountain #35 - Park Meadows North Election coverage on KPCW is sponsored exclusively by Tesch Law Office.

Wasatch County Sending Out Ballots This Week

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Ballots will begin to be sent out on October 16th, Wednesday to all active registered voters. There will be four different ballots sent out during the election.

All residents of Wasatch County will receive a ballot asking about the $150 million school bond election which if passed would replace Midway Elementary School and create a new high school in the valley.

Three municipalities will receive ballots with additional city council races.

In Charleston four candidates are vying for two town council seats. In Midway four candidates are seeking election on three council seats. And in Heber residents will also fill three council seats choosing from six candidates.

Tuesday October 29th is the last day to register online to vote. Voters who are not registered but otherwise eligible to vote may vote provisionally in person on election Day.

Early voting will occur at the Wasatch County Clerk Auditor office on October 29th-31st and November 1st.

Election Day is Tuesday November 5th. Polls open at 7:00 am and close at 8:00 pm. The Wasatch County Administration building is located at 25 N Main St in Heber.

KPCW reporter David Boyle covers all things in the Heber Valley as well as sports and breaking news.