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Wasatch County voters choose Bonner, Adams in GOP primary

Official ballot drop boxes are one way for Wasatch County residents to vote.
Grace Doerfler / KPCW
Official ballot drop boxes are one way for Wasatch County residents to vote.

Wasatch County Republicans headed to the polls Tuesday for the primary election, including two local races.

Residents chose Republican candidates in two local races: a county council seat and county assessor.

Former Midway Mayor Colleen Bonner and retired Marine and firefighter Nick Lopez were on the ballot for an at-large seat on the Wasatch County Council. Bonner emerged on top with over 60% of the vote; about 3,300 votes to Lopez’s nearly 1,900.

In the race for county assessor, incumbent Todd Griffin was defeated by challenger Bob Adams, who secured over two-thirds of the vote, or about 3,600. Griffin tallied just under 1,500.

Almost 5,400 voters cast their ballots in the Wasatch County GOP primary.

The resultswill be certified in two weeks.

Note: Numbers in the story have been updated to reflect the most recent tally as of noon Wednesday, June 26.