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.