Heber City Council Primary Election Results

Aug 14, 2019

The race for the three Heber City Council seats has narrowed from eight to six.  

Of Heber’s 6,989 registered voters 1,801 ballots were cast. For a total of 25.77% voter turnout.

Rachel Kahler led the way with 987 votes winning 21.13% of the vote total. Mike Johnston and Ryan Stack finished as the top three vote getters winning 17.25% and 15.45% of the vote.

Perry Rose as well as incumbents Jeff Bradshaw and Ron Crittenden will also be on November 5th’s General election ballot. Rose and Bradshaw captured 11% of the vote, while Crittenden won 9.48% of the vote.

The two residents not moving on to the general elections are Brady Flygare and Nick Lopez. The two men captured about 7% of the vote.

Midway residents will also vote for three city council seats in November’s general election. Midway residents will choose between four candidates. The four include Incumbents Lisa Kohler Orme and Bob Probst as well as Kevin Payne and Steve Dougherty.