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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.

Utah Election Results


UPDATE: 1:00 AM 

29/29 Utah counties reporting.

For State Senate District 26, Republican Ronald Winterton defeated Democrat Eileen Gallagher 64% to 33%. 

For State House Representative from District 53, Republican Logan Wilde defeated Democrat Christopher Neville 66% to 33%.

For State House Representative District 54, Republican Tim Quinn defeated Democrat Meaghan Miller. 51% to 48%. 

Democrat Brian King won the State House of Representatives District 28 seat. King ran unopposed.

Utah residents saw a nonbinding opinion question on their ballot alongside three propositions.

The non-binding question asks voters if they supported a 10-cent-per-gallon tax increase that would be used for public education. Utahns voiced they did not support the proposed tax increase. 33% of Utahns  for and 66% voting against.

Residents voted in favor of Proposition 2 which will legalize medical marijuana. 53% voted for the proposition with 46% of Utahns voting against.

Proposition 3 also was passed. The proposition will expand Medicaid coverage to more Utahns. 54% of Utahns voted for with 45% voted against.

Proposition 4 is too close to call. If passed the proposition  would create an independent redistricting commission to prevent gerrymandering is the final proposition on Utahns ballots. As of this report 50.29% of Utahns voted for Prop 4 with 49.71% voting against.

Provisional ballots and other potentially incomplete reporting by any of Utah's 29 county clerks offices mean that extremely close races such as Prop 4 are too close to call.

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