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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- A phone survey could determine whether Odgen's Mayor Matthew Godfrey will seek a third term.
Godfrey will decide whether to run for another term after results of a phone survey are finalized this week.
Godfrey says the aim of the phone survey is to determine if voters believe he has been successful as mayor and to gauge public support for a re-election bid.
Godfrey is paying for Ogden-based Focus Communications to survey 300 randomly selected registered voters. The survey sample represents about 1 percent of Ogden's nearly 30,000 registered voters.
State Rep. Neil Hansen, a Democrat from Ogden, is the only candidate who has announced for mayor.
The filing period for candidates runs from July 1-15.
------ Information from: Standard-Examiner
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