elections

Park City Municipal

With a vote of 77% for and 23% against, the Park City Open Space Bond has passed.  Preliminary election results from the Summit County Clerk's office show 2,839 Park City residents voted for the issuance of the bond and 836 voted against.

$45 million of the $48 million-dollar bond will go towards buying out the Treasure Hill development. The proposed project has been discussed and debated for more than three decades.

UPDATE: 10:30 PM

In Summit County, Democrat Glenn Wright defeated write-in Josh Mann for County Council Seat E.

For Park City School District seat 4  Kara Hendrickson defeated Vicky Fitlow.

In the South Summit School District Seat 4 race Incumbent Steven Hardman has 331 votes while his challenger Hoyt Atkinson has 306 votes. With same-day registration in Utah this race may be too close to call.

In the South Summit School District Seat 5 race Incumbent Debra Blazzard leads 216 votes to Stacy Maxfield's 181.

Utah Election Results

Nov 6, 2018

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.

UPDATE: 1:00 AM

29/29 Utah counties reporting.

US House of Representatives District 1 Incumbent Republican Rob Bishop defeated two challengers. Bishop captured 62% of the vote while Democrat Lee Castillo captured 24% and United Utah Party candidate Eric Eliason won 11% of the vote.

US House of Representatives District 3 Incumbent Republican John Curtis defeated Democrat challenger James Singer. Curtis won 66% of the vote to Singer's 28%.

Wasatch County

Should Wasatch County approve $10 million open space bond? That is the question that has been posed before voters. As time winds down on election season KPCW spoke with an opponent for the Open Space Bond. KPCW previously spoke with a proponent of the bond, you can find that story here.

As mail-in ballots arrive in your mailbox KPCW is interviewing local candidates about their platforms. The race for the Wasatch County Council At-Large seat features Republican nominee Marilyn Crittenden and write-in challenger Nick Lopez.

Although Crittenden is a common name in Wasatch County politics Marilyn Crittenden says that other elected officials in the county are actually her husband’s distant relatives.

Marilyn Crittenden moved to the Heber Valley from Arizona, she explained why she decided to run for office.

Weber County Utah

If you haven’t received your ballot yet it’s not too late to vote but you are running low on time.

Ballots have been mailed out and if you haven’t received yours, yet you may not be registered.

As Wasatch County Clerk Brent Titcomb says the best course of action if you haven’t received your ballot or are unsure if you’re registered is to call your county clerk’s office.

“We have a few calls and nothing extreme. If people can call us, then we can help them. It’s easier than going around in a circle to get back to us.”

Wasatch County Attorney Scott Sweat will be the only name on the ballot for the general election, but he will not be the only person running for the office. Wasatch County resident Kit Kosakowski has filed for an official write-in campaign.

Write-in Candidate Kit Kosakowski was defeated in the Republican Primary election for Wasatch County Attorney. Incumbent Scott Sweat won the Primary election defeating three other republicans, Tyler Berg, Tyler Dow and Kit Kosakowski.

Wasatch Open Space Bonds .org

Should Wasatch County approve $10 million open space bond? That is the question that has been posed before voters. As time winds down on election season KPCW spoke with a proponent for the Open Space Bond. KPCW also spoke with an opponent to the bond, you can find that story here.

Heidi Franco is the Chair of the Wasatch Open Lands Committee. She says the Committee doesn’t have any specific properties targeted but they’d like to use the bond to help preserve land in the valley floor.

Summit County

As mail-in ballots arrive in your mailbox KPCW is interviewing local candidates about their platforms. The race for the South Summit School Board Seat 4 features Incumbent Steven Hardman and challenger Hoyt Atkinson.

South Summit School Board Member Steven Hardman explains why he’s running for re-election this year.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah, in a recent statement, says they’re concerned that some Utah counties are not prepared to implement the latest voter options—in particular same-day voter registration.

But representatives for the Summit County and Wasatch County clerks have told KPCW they’re ready for November 6th.

In a press release issued earlier this month, the ACLU said this is the first year for Election Day Registration (or EDR). This means that eligible but unregistered voters can register to vote on Election Day, by casting a provisional ballot.

Summit County

As mail-in ballots arrive in your mailbox KPCW is interviewing local candidates about their platforms. The race for the South Summit School Board Seat 5 features Incumbent Debra Blazzard and challenger Stacy Maxfield.

South Summit School Board Member Debra Blazzard explains why she’s running for re-election this year.

This story features those who ask for a yes vote on Prop 10. A story featuring those who are asking a no vote on Prop 10 is available at this link.

Prop 10 challenges an action made by Wasatch County Council earlier this year to redraw planning area lines in the county. Because of the wording of the referendum those in favor of the zone change by the council will vote Yes on Prop 10, those against the council’s change will vote No on Prop 10.

This story features those who ask for a no vote on Prop 10. A story featuring those who are asking a yes vote on Prop 10 is available at this link.

Prop 10 challenges an action made by Wasatch County Council earlier this year to redraw planning area lines in the county. Because of the wording of the referendum those in favor of the zone change by the council will vote Yes on Prop 10, those against the council’s change will vote No on Prop 10.

Summit County

As mail-in ballots arrive in your mailbox KPCW is interviewing local candidates about their platforms. Park City School Board Seat 4 is being vacated by JJ Ehlers who is not seeking another term. Appearing on the ballot to fill that seat is Vicky Fitlow and Kara Hendrickson.

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