Tuesday’s primary was an all-mail election, meaning no in person voting took place. Preliminary results are in from Wasatch County although there are still as many as 3,700 ballots that may be counted.
In all 5,894 ballots have been processed of the more than 9,674 that were sent out to Wasatch County voters. Wasatch County Clerk Cal Griffiths says the county has ballots sit for a few hours before officials open them with gloves in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus to ballot counters. Ballots postmarked on Tuesday will be included in a later count.
Tuesday night’s incomplete count shows a race separated by less than 30 votes for the Wasatch County Council Heber South Seat. Incumbent Kendall Crittenden’s 435 votes leads Elizabeth Hokanson’s 406.
In the Republican primary race for state house district 54, Mike Kohler has captured 68% of the vote over his opponent Randy Favero who has 31%. The seat is being vacated by Republican Tim Quinn, the winner of the primary will face off against Democrat candidate Meaghan Miller in November.
A small portion of Wasatch County is included in the State Senate District 16. In that race Curt Bramble’s 56% places him ahead of Sylvia Andrew.
There were no Democratic Primaries in Wasatch County.