senate district 19

Katy Owens

With State Senator Allen Christensen foregoing a re-election bid, the Utah Senate District 19 seat is up for grabs. KPCW spoke to the Democratic candidate for the seat, Katy Owens. She is running against Republican John Johnson. Here is her interview in its entirety. 

John Johnson

With State Senator Allen Christensen foregoing a re-election bid, the Utah Senate District 19 seat is up for grabs. KPCW spoke to the Republican candidate for the seat, John Johnson. He’s running against democrat Katy Owens. Here's his interview in its entirety:

On today's Local News Hour:

( 05:11) Park City Planners Rebecca Ward and Elizabeth Jackson have details about the upcoming community discussions on the outdoor lighting regulation updates.

( 17:59) Candidate for Senate District 19 Democrat Katy Owens talks about her campaign.

( 31:22) Utah Education Association President Heidi Matthews talks about why the statewide teachers’ union is supporting Amendment G on your ballot.

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Katy Owens

Although they won’t officially declare their candidacy until March, hopefuls for seats in the state legislature are getting ready for the race. One Wasatch Back resident wants to make the Nov. 3, 2020 ballot.

Katy Owens is a bit of a policy wonk. She specializes in election consulting and volunteers with the League of Women Voters. She also volunteers with Voterise, a non-partisan organization that registers young voters. Now, she plans to run as a Democrat for Senate District 19 because she wants to see a state legislature that’s more representative of its constituents.

Chris Neville

The 2020 general election is a little less than a year away, but candidates for the state legislature are already gearing up for the race. One Wasatch Back resident has thrown his hat into the ring.

Chris Neville’s campaign for state Senate District 19 is mission-oriented.