elections

Republican primary candidates to represent Utah in the United States Senate participated in a debate on Tuesday May 29. David Boyle has more:

The full debate can be found at

https://utahdebatecommission.org

Republican Primary Candidates for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District participated in a debate on Tuesday May 29. David Boyle has more:

The full debate can be found at:

https://utahdebatecommission.org/

Both candidates will be interviewed by Carolyn Murray later this week. Those interviews will be added to this story below

Democratic Primary Candidates for Utah’s 1st Congressional District participated in a debate on Tuesday May 29th. David Boyle has this:

The full debate can be found at:

https://utahdebatecommission.org/

Both candidates were interviewed on the Local News Hour by Leslie Thatcher. Those interviews can be found below.

Pat Vaughn is a Midway resident on the Democratic Primary ballot for Senate District 26.  The district includes Summit and Wasatch Counties along with three Uintah Basin counties. David Boyle has this:

Dr. Eileen Gallagher is a Park City resident on the Democratic Primary ballot for Senate District 26.  The district includes Summit and Wasatch Counties along with three Uintah Basin counties. David Boyle has this:

Primary Elections are coming up near the end of June. If you’re unaffiliated you won’t be able to vote. David Boyle has more:

Lee Castillo US House District 1

After last month’s Democratic State Convention, two candidates have emerged who are running for the US House District 1.   The winner of the Primary Election in June will go on to compete with Republican Representative, Rob Bishop, who has held the seat since 2003. Carolyn Murray has this:  

Kurt Weiland For US Congress

After last month’s State Democratic Convention two democrats moved on to the June Primary.  The winner goes on to face Rob Bishop in the General Election. Bishop has represented Utah’s 1st congressional district since 2003. The district includes Summit County and runs north and east to the state lines of Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado.  Democrat Kurt Weiland is hoping to win the Primary and move on to defeat Bishop.  Carolyn Murray has this:  

Both the Democratic and Republican parties have had their state conventions and now primary races are in full swing. You might've noticed due to the numerous campaign signs throughout the area. The signs left some wondering, what are the rules to campaign signage? David Boyle has more:

KPCW Radio

A Park City resident is on the Republican Primary ballot for Senate District 26.  The district is huge and includes Summit and Wasatch Counties along with three Uintah Basin counties.   Kevin Van Tassell, a resident of Vernal, is retiring after 12 years serving in the state senate.  There are some unusual characteristics of this upcoming primary election.   Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City School District is a step closer to a master plan although there is still no firm date for completion. With the demographic study recently completed, they’re ready to enter the next phase, which involves collecting a large amount of internal data.   Carolyn Murray has this:

Kelleen Potter-Heber City Mayor

Heber City residents voted in a new mayor in November.  They want her to change how the city government communicates and deals with growth issues.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Three Midway Women Running For Mayor

Jul 31, 2017
Ask Midway Facebook Page

In a state where only 20 women serve in the 104-member-Legislature, it’s unique to have a small, rural town like Midway, produce three female candidates for mayor.  Because only two names can be on the general election ballot, a primary will happen in just two weeks.  Carolyn Murray has more.  

Heber Has Active Political Season

Jun 15, 2017

With candidate filing windows closed, Heber City has plenty of candidates interested in running for the Mayors seat and for the 2 open council seats.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Changes in local election laws are being contemplated by a committee convened by Utah's Lieutenant Governor. But dramatic changes - like allowing all-mail voting, aren't in the cards yet, according to County Clerk Kent Jones. Rick Brough has more.

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