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2021 Election Day in Utah: Here's how Wasatch Front races are shaping up

Annie Edwards, of Bountiful, drops off her ballot outside of the Davis County Library's South Davis Branch in Bountiful on Election Day, Tuesday. Preliminary Wasatch Front election results from Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, Summit and Tooele counties will be updated.

Annie Edwards, of Bountiful, drops off her ballot outside of the Davis County Library's South Davis Branch in Bountiful on Election Day, Tuesday. Preliminary Wasatch Front election results from Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, Summit and Tooele counties will be updated. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News)

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SALT LAKE CITY — Now that Utah's polls are closed, it's all about counting the ballots from Tuesday's election.

The first wave of Wasatch Front results in Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele, Utah and Weber counties arrived shortly after polls closed at 8 p.m. Tuesday. County officials said the first batch contained results from those who submitted their mail-in ballots prior to Election Day.

Some counties released multiple batches of results in waves on election night, while others have been and will continue to post updates in the coming days. None of the elections are final until the respective counties certify election results in mid-November.

Mayoral elections

There were dozens of mayoral elections held across the state this year, including in four of Utah's 10 largest cities: West Valley City, Orem, Provo and Sandy. One of the most heated and crowded races along the Wasatch Front is the contest for Sandy's next mayor.

In Sandy, updated election results continue to have Monica Zoltanski leading the pack narrowly ahead of Jim Bennett. Salt Lake County's ranked choice simulation projected all candidates but Zoltanski and Bennett eliminated from the race, but no set winner. However, Bennett "graciously conceded the election," Zoltanski said Thursday evening. It means she will become the first woman to serve as the city's mayor.

"I welcome the responsibilities and will immediately begin the work of transitioning to take office and address the pressing needs of our city — especially public safety, managing our growth and delivering essential services in a fair, transparent manner. But tonight we can all exhale and celebrate. Finally!" she wrote in a Facebook post.

Eight candidates packed the race to fill the seat Sandy Mayor Kurt Bradburn decided to give up after he opted not to run for reelection — despite winning a hard-fought election of his own four years ago when he defeated former Mayor Tom Dolan, who held the seat for 24 years.

Bradburn, however, went on to see a fair amount of controversy during his time as mayor, including giving himself a pay raise (which was later reversed), a drinking water crisis and a tense relationship with the Sandy City Council. When he announced he would not be seeking reelection, Bradburn said he wanted to focus on his family.

Bradburn's departure means Sandy's mayoral race was the first in decades absent an incumbent. Sure enough, that drew a large crowd of hopefuls, which hadn't been whittled down by a primary because Sandy piloted ranked choice voting this year.

In Provo, incumbent Mayor Michelle Kaufusi holds a large lead over Ken Dudley, a man who was shot during a police brutality protest in Provo last year. Dudley said he was shot in the arm and shrapnel hit his eye and abdomen. Dudley claimed a group of protesters swarmed around his car before one of them shot through the window of his car, but protesters claimed he had tried to ram them before the shooting.

Two people were arrested in connection with the shooting, but Dudley was not charged. Kaufusi has served as mayor since 2017, and also ran as former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.'s running mate in the Utah gubernatorial election in 2020.

In Utah's second-largest city, a pair of city council members are running to replace Mayor Ron Bigelow. West Valley City Councilmember Karen Lang continues to hold a sizeable lead over fellow Councilmember Steve Buhler. Like Zoltanski in Sandy, Lang stands to become the first woman to serve as West Valley City's mayor.

Bluffdale is among the other notable mayoral races in the state. The Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office confirmed before the election that it is reviewing complaints made against candidate John Roberts at the time he served as the city's fire chief that emerged weeks before the election. However, Natalie Hall holds a sound lead in that race.

Elsewhere, Park City Mayor Andy Beerman trails opponent Nann Worel in his re-election bid, according to Summit County preliminary results. Midvale Mayor Robert Hale, who led after election night, now trails opponent Marcus Stevenson after an election update Thursday.

City council races

Among city council races, the most high-profile race is in Utah's capital city. Five of the seven seats on the Salt Lake City Council are up for election this year. That's the most of any Wasatch Front community this year.

Election results updated through Friday afternoon have incumbents Chris Wharton of District 3, Darin Mano of District 5 and Amy Fowler of District 7 with comfortable leads. Preliminary results show each incumbent with over 50% of the vote.

Meanwhile, it appears residents on Salt Lake City's west side will have some new representation in City Hall.

In the crowded District 2 race, Alejandro "Ale" Puy is in the lead, followed by Billy Palmer. Salt Lake County's ranked choice simulation projected incumbent Dennis Faris and candidates Nigel Swaby and Daniel Tuutau will be eliminated.

Faris, who was appointed by the council in May after Councilman Andrew Johnston took a position with the mayor's office, is the only incumbent to be eliminated, according to preliminary results. Taking these eliminations into consideration, this gives Puy 56.4% of the vote and Palmer 43.6%.

District 1 remains tight, although Victoria Petro-Eschler inched further ahead Thursday with 52.7% of the vote, followed by Blake Perez with 47.3%. She currently holds a 163-vote edge. Salt Lake County's ranked choice simulation projects Richard D.M. Barnes will be eliminated. Both Petro-Eschler and Perez are vying for an open seat after James Rogers stepped down in early October.

The City Council is set to pick a replacement for Rogers on Tuesday, Nov. 9 — it's likely the council will select the winner of Tuesday's election. However, as the county continues to tabulate votes in what is proving to be a close race, it's unclear when a clear winner will emerge.

Ranked choice voting

Election results are being calculated differently in nearly two dozen Utah communities this year. There are 23 towns and cities enrolled in the state's ranked choice voting pilot program.

Those are: Bluffdale; Cottonwood Heights; Draper; Elk Ridge, Utah County; Genola, Utah County; Goshen, Utah County; Heber City; Lehi; Magna; Millcreek; Midvale; Moab; Newton, Cache County; Nibley, Cache County; Payson (second time using ranked choice voting); River Heights, Cache County; Riverton; Salt Lake City; Sandy; Springville; South Salt Lake; Vineyard (second time using ranked choice voting); and Woodland Hills, Utah County.

Voters in those municipalities were asked to rank candidates from first to last. If any candidate in those elections receives over 50% of the vote, that candidate wins.

2021 Election Day in Utah: Here's how Wasatch Front races are shaping up

If nobody receives the majority of the votes, counties conduct a second "phase," where the candidate with the least amount of votes is eliminated and second-place results among voters of the eliminated candidate are distributed to the remaining candidates. These phases will continue as many times as needed until one candidate surpasses 50%.

How will that look in the results? County election officials say the results of ranked choice voting elections in Utah won't come until the canvassing date of Nov. 16. However, counties have provided an "RCV visualizer" this year, allowing people to see how the phases will play out based on unofficial results up until Nov. 16.

It's important to note the RCV visualizer is not final and does not depict the final outcomes of the contest until all eligible ballots have been tabulated.

Here are the preliminary Wasatch Front election results from Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, Summit and Tooele counties. The results will continue to be updated as some counties report new totals. Election results aren't official until certified by county officials in two weeks.

Davis County



Kendalyn Keyes Harris: 8,627

Randy Lewis (inc.): 4,392

City Council

Jesse Bell: 7,230

Cecilee Price-Huish: 6,740

Beth Child: 6,159

Seth Robert Wright: 3,488



Clark Wilkinson (inc.): 3,337

Lawrence Wright: 1,743

City Council

Gina Hirst: 2,868

Spencer Summerhays: 2,833

Nannette S. Smith: 2,062

Stephanie (McIntyre) Ivie (inc.): 1,850

Bond Proposition

For: 2,284

Against: 2,053



Mark R. Shepherd (inc.): 1,704

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Tim Roper (inc.): 1,517

Karece Thompson (inc.): 1,439

Write-in: 83



Brandon Stanger: 1,9,16

Lane "Mitch" Adams (inc.): 1,856

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Marie Dougherty: 3,098

Gary Tyler: 1,672

Michael Petersen (inc.): 1,561



Brett Anderson: 3,066

Rebecca Wayment: 2,019

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Alex B. Leeman: 2,790

Melissa Allphin Layton: 2,505

Shawn J. Beus (inc.): 2,267

Tyler L. Turner: 1,662



John M. Pohlman (inc.): 1,076

Laura Hubrich: 685

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Florence Sadler: 1,210

George Ray: 1,125

Korrin Dickson: 602



Tamara (Tami) Tran: 4,894

Jay Welk: 3,258

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Abbigayle (Abbi) Hunt: 4,091

Perry R. Oaks: 4,086

Andre M Lortz (inc.): 3,566

Nate Jackson: 3,081


For: 5,663

Against: 2,435



Joy Petro: 10,258

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Tyson Roberts: 6,763

Bettina Smith Edmondson: 5,394

Jesse Barocio: 5,038

C J Benson: 4,584



Brian J. Horrocks: 2,497

Gary Widders: 609

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Alisa VanLangeveld: 1,746

Lisa Baskin (inc.): 1,603

Tammy Clayton: 1,322

Mitch Torgerson: 1,124



Rod Westbroek: 1,205

Wayne Winsor: 996

City Council

Joel Dills: 1,225

Angie Petty (inc.): 1,018

T G George (Write-in): 923

Marty McFadden: 583

Proposition 14

For: 1,270

Against: 894



D. Howard Madsen (inc.): 369

Beverly K. Macfarlane: 325

Linda L. Kight (Write-in): 20

City Council (Four-year term)

Scott S. Wiggill (inc.): 422

Nancy Greco Smalling (inc.): 393

Ryan Furniss: 291

Ronald Fish Wilson: 122

City Council (Two-year term)

Nakisha Rigley (Write-in): 210



Dave Maughan: 2,841

Michael Gailey (inc.): 2,428

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Jordan B. Savage (inc.): 3,046

Jennifer Carver: 2,274

Paul Watson: 2,199

Brett D. Cragun: 2,150



Kenneth Romney (inc.): 1,149

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Mark Preece (inc.): 757

Kelly Enquist (inc.): 705

Michelle Curtis: 640

Jessica Gertsch: 400



Brian Vincent: 1,215

Gary L Petersen: 1,145

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Brad Lee: 1,415

Michele Swenson: 1,143

Andy Dawson (inc.): 1,009

Jeremy Strong: 812



Ryan Westergard: 1,488

City Council (Vote for up to two)

Jessica Kelemen: 1,156

Gary Sharp: 823

Jim Grover: 692

Tamra Dayley (inc.): 452

Salt Lake County



Roger Bourke: 81

Council At-Large (two seats)

John Byrne: 69

Carolyn Anctil: 56

Margaret Bourke (inc.): 50

BLUFFDALE (ranked choice)


Natalie Hall: 2,468

John Roberts: 794

City Council At-Large (two seats)

Traci Crockett (inc.): 1,084

Wendy Aston (inc.): 825 (currently leading ranked-choice projections)

Connie Robbins: 699

Blain Dietrich: 276

Tammy Rasmussen: 265



Dan Knopp (inc.): 154

City Council At-Large (two seats)

Carolyn Keigley (inc.): 162

Keith Zuspan (inc.): 110

Eli Lovett: 69


Council At-Large D

David Olsen: 89

Council At-Large E

David Olsen: 62

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS (ranked choice)


Mike Weichers: 3,486

Eric Kraan: 2,979

Maile Evans: 1,834

Ed Schwartz: 505

Timothy Hallback: 338

City Council 3

Shawn Newell: 951

Mike Hanson: 759

David Rawlings: 511

Rumar Boman: 94

E. Samuel McShaffrey: 33

City Council 4

Ellen Birrell: 1,363

Ernie Kim: 1,217

Lee Anne Walker: 160



Troy Walker (inc.): 5,302

City Council (two seats)

Tasha Lowery (inc.): 3,063

Hubert Huh: 2,311

Mike Green (inc.): 1,546 (currently leading ranked-choice projections for second seat)

Will Ashby: 536

Russ Fugal: 448

Danita Rouzer: 240

Rachelle Farley: 157



Lorin Palmer: 4,247

Clint Smith: 2,484

City Council 2

Teddy Hodges: 1,036

Aly Escobar: 460

City Council 3

Sherrie Ohrn (inc.): 1,169



Robert Dahle (inc.): 4,501

City Council 1

D. Ty Brewer: 664

Melissa Blackham Hilton: 602

City Council 3

Paul Fotheringham (inc.): 864


Council District 2

Alan Peterson: 56

Royce Gibson: 52

Council District 4

Tina Snow: 265


Council District 2

Eric Barney: 340

Brint Peel: 189

Paris Ramos: 44

Council District 4

Trish Hull: 281

MIDVALE (ranked choice)


Marcus Stevenson: 2,010

Robert Hale (inc.): 1,914

Amanda Hollingsworth: 470

City Council 4

Bryant Brown (inc.): 692

City Council 5

Dustin Gettel (inc.): 654

Wayne Sharp: 218

MILLCREEK (ranked choice)

City Council 2

Jeremiah Clark: 1,011

Thom Desirant: 977 (currently leading ranked-choice projections)

Angel Vice: 689

Lynda Bagley-Gibson: 214

City Council 4

Bev Uipi (inc.): 1,795

Bruce Parker: 1,397

Beverly Boyce: 536

Rex Williams: 391



Brett Hales: 6,059

Clark Bullen: 4,339

City Council 2

Pamela Cotter: 1,182

Joe Silverzweig: 973

City Council 4

Diane Turner (inc.): 1,118

Daren Rasmussen: 614

RIVERTON (ranked choice)


Trent Staggs (inc.): 4,945

City Council 3

Tawnee McCay (inc.): 853

City Council 4

Tish Buroker (inc.): 1,155

SALT LAKE CITY (ranked choice)

City Council 1

Victoria Petro-Eschler: 1,589

Blake Perez: 1,427

Richard Barnes: 318

City Council 2

Alejandro "Ale" Puy: 1,074

Billy Palmer: 742

Dennis Faris (inc.): 402

Daniel Tuutau: 157

Nigel Swaby: 151

City Council 3

Chris Wharton (inc.): 3,718

Casey O'Brien McDonough: 1,222

David Berg: 1,063

City Council 5

Darin Mano (inc.): 2,884

Sarah Reale: 1,428

Amy Hawkins: 1,129

George Chapman: 284

Vance Hansen: 48

City Council 7

Amy Fowler (inc.): 3,775

Rainer Huck: 1,653

Ben Raskin: 362

SANDY (ranked choice)


Monica Zoltanski: 4,341

Jim Bennett: 4,088

Kris Nicholl: 2,577

Linda Saville: 2,478

Brooke Christensen: 2,317

Mike Applegarth: 2,018

Marci Houseman: 1,710

Ronald Jones: 1,424

City Council At-Large

Brooke D'sousa: 6,321

Aaron Dekeyzer: 5,972

Kristen Wray: 2,611

Rebecca Colley: 2,123

Steven Calbert: 1,791

Evan Tobin: 1,103

City Council 1

Ryan Mecham: 1,466

Katie Johnson: 1,454

Jeffory Mulcahy: 819

City Council 3

Zach Robinson: 3,517

Jim Edwards: 2,377

Bekah Craig: 782



Dawn Ramsey (inc.): 11,865

Stone Fonua: 1,081

City Council 3

Don Shelton (inc.): 3,051

City Council 4

Jason McGuire (inc.): 2,027

SOUTH SALT LAKE (ranked choice)


Cherie Wood (inc.): 1,757

Jake Christensen: 668

L. Shane Siwik: 589

City Council At-Large

Clarissa Williams: 1,472

Olivia Spencer: 1,379

City Council District 2

Corey Thomas (inc.): 233

Sam Garfield: 193

City Council District 3

Sharla Bynum (inc.): 386

Aileen Hampton: 176



Kristie Steadman Overson (inc.): 5,454

City Council District 3

Anna Barbieri (inc.): 1,115

City Council District 4

Meredith Harker (inc.): 948

City Council District 5

Robert (Bob) Knudsen: 911

Larry Johnson: 820


City Council At-Large (three seats)

Kayleen Whitelock (inc.): 5,556

Kelvin Green (inc.): 4,959

Pamela Bloom: 4,916

Chad Lamb (inc.): 4,605

Mikey Smith: 2,627

Mike S. Withers: 2,324



Karen Lang: 6,592

Steve Buhler: 4,660

City Council At-Large

Lars Nordfel (inc.): 6,567

Jim Vesock: 3,884

City Council District 2

Scott Harmon: 1,992

Chris Bell: 1,366

City Council District 4

Jake Fitisemanu (inc.): 1,753

Darrell Curtis: 1,522

Summit County



Mark R. Marsh: 273

Lynn Wood: 225

City Council

Louise Willoughby: 293

Stefanie Bowen: 218

Christopher Horne: 185

Steven B. Richins: 259



Matt McCormick: 458

City Council

Jessica Allen Bateman: 239

David W. Darcey: 330

Natalie Ruth Souza: 148

Kandilee Sauter: 230



Zane K. Woolstenhulme: 298

Joe B. Frazier: 263

City Council

Clayton Page: 207

Kelly Kimber: 408

Steve M. Wilmoth: 266

Marissa Dillman: 189



Andy Beerman: 1,274

Nann Worel: 2,010

City Council

Jeremy Rubell: 2,083

Tim B. Henney: 1,405

Tana Toly: 2,165



Craig Fry: 1,002

Tyler Lewis: 910

Snyderville Service Area No. 3 Upper

Benjamin Arnold: 57

Suzanne Carpenter: 91

Park City School District Bond

For: 5,590

Against: 3,095

County General Obligation Bond

For: 8,381

Against: 3,848

Tooele County


City Council District 1

Scott Droubay: 143

David Judd: 88

City Council District 2

Mindy Walters: 76

Terry Miner: 107

City Council District 3

Joshua Martin: 162

Larry Hatfield: 50

City Council District 4

Craig Smith: 135

Keith Toone: 121

City Council District 5

Lorri Witowski: 93

Jess Bird: 121

Stansbury Recreation Service Area Board Member

Scott Klein: 538

John H. Wright: 632

Cassandra Arnell: 737

Michael R. Johnson: 487

Stansbury Park Improvement Board Member:

Neil Smart: 817

Adele Connell Young: 650

Brock Griffith: 863



John Scott Stice: 1,288

Neil Critchlow: 1,451

City Council

Derek Dalton: 998

Erik Stromberg: 1,280

Jolene Jenkins: 1,454

Scott Bevan: 1,445


Town Council

Lacey Burrows: 96

Jeremiah Harding: 100

Nickie Gillins-Anderton: 34



Joe Johnston: 78

Nando Meli Jr.: 105

Stockton Town Council

David Nutzman: 111

Dallas Van Vliet: 102

Henry Thomas: 106



Debbie Winn: 3,314

Ed Hansen: 2,227

City Council

Maresa Manzione (inc.): 2,606

Matt Robinson: 2,386

Dave McCall: 2,603

Melodi Gochis (inc.): 2,565



Dennis Sweat: 39

Manuel Gomez: 19

Utah County



Carla Merrill: 2,329

Gary Cooper: 1,061

City Council (two-year term)

Jessica Smuin: 2,129

Ethan Allen: 1,227

City Council (four-year term)

Kelli B. Law: 2,333

Jason Thelin: 2,290

Ed Bush: 1,207



Brad Frost: 4,764

Tim Holley: 1,261

City Council

Staci Carroll: 4,745

Ryan Hunter: 4,692

Carissa George: 1,368



Wyatt Cook: 119

Maria Fernandez: 43

Town Council:

Brad Norris (Seat A): 145

Greg Cutburth (Seat B): 51

Rett Messersmith (Seat B): 113

Jed Berry (Seat C): 105

Scott Christensen (Seat C): n/a



Denise Andersen: 1,444

City Council

Laura Ellison (inc.): 1,392

Alexandra McEwen: 864

Bob Morgan: 565

Britney Lindsey: 526



Tom Westmoreland: 2,352

Melissa Clark: 2,126

City Council

Brett Wright: 2,580

Donna Rivera Burnham (inc.): 2,159

Rich Wood: 2,127

Jason Allen: 1,524

ELK RIDGE (ranked choice)


Robert Haddock: 716

Gordon Reynolds: 523

George D. Potter: eliminated

City Council

Tanya Willis: 669

Jared Peterson: 525

GENOLA (ranked choice)


Marty Larson: 270

Giala S. Murdoch: 111

City Council (four-year term, first seat)

Hale Robison: 178 (won Round 1)

Grant Lundberg: 76

Daron S. Hughes: 74

City Council (four-year term, second seat)

Grant Lundberg: 157 (won Round 1)

Daron S. Hughes: 131



Kurt Ostler: ​​​​3,807

City Council

Sarah D. Petersen: 2,362

Scott L. Smith (inc.): 2,264

Jerry Abbott: 2,226

Colby Gibson: 1,703

LEHI (ranked choice)


Mark I. Johnson: 6,566

Jesse L. Riddle: 3,953

City Council (4-year term, first seat)

Chris Condie: 5,751 (won Round 8)

Michelle Miles: 3,868 (eliminated Round 8)

Paul Hancock: 2,996 (eliminated Round 7)

Nicole Kunze: 2,143 (eliminated Round 6)

Aaron Bullen: 1,149 (eliminated Round 5)

Lori McIntosh Le: 1,324 (eliminated Round 4)

Cami Purtschert: 1,063 (eliminated Round 3)

Montane C Hamilton: 484 (eliminated Round 2)

Ethan M. Erickson: 330 (eliminated Round 1)

City Council (4-year term, second seat)

Paul Hancock: 5,466 (won Round 7)

Michelle Miles: 4,088 (eliminated Round 7)

Nicole Kunze: 2,785 (eliminated Round 6)

Lori McIntosh Le: 1,746 (eliminated Round 5)

Aaron Bullen: 1,535 (eliminated Round 4)

Cami Purtschert: 1,125 (eliminated Round 3)

Montane C Hamilton: 551 (eliminated Round 2)

Ethan M. Erickson 372: (eliminated Round 1)



Carolyn Lundberg: 1,666

Shawn D. Moon: 1,210

City Council

Jake Hoyt: 2,011

Van Broderick: 1,573

Cole D. Hooley: 1,202

Jennifer Price: 905



Dallas Hakes: 1,790

City Council

Kasey Beck: 1,534

E. Reid Carlson: 1,120

A.J. Rounds: 1,029

Jim Lundberg: 1,008



David A. Young: 8,808

Jim Evans: 6,183

City Council

LaNae Millett: 10,548

David M. Spencer: 9,630

Tom Macdonald (inc.): 7,034

Quinn Mecham: 5,430

Shaunte Ruiz Zundel: 4,844



Michelle Kaufusi (inc.): 10,029

Kenneth W. Dudley: 3,422

City Council

Katrice MacKay: 7,019

Aaron Skabelund: 5,737

Tom Sitake Sr. (write-in): 561

City Council District 2

George Handley: 1,052

City Council District 5

Rachel Whipple: 813

Coy D. Porter: 672



Kurt L Christensen: 1,695

City Council

Cristy Simons: 1,225

Kelly Peterson: 1,023

Jeff Long: 945

Jason B. Stewart: 766



Dan Olson: 1,876

Jody Reid: 568

City Council

Art Adcock: 1,264

Jeff Siddoway: 1,206

Betsy Montoya (inc.): 1,085

Mike Weight: 996



Jim Miller (unopposed): ​​2,701

City Council

Stephen L. Willden (inc.): 2,407

Michael D. S. McOmber (inc.): 2,036

Nic Laughter: 544

Ricky Felix: 463



Mike Mendenhall: 4,689

Derek Geslison: 1,302

City Council

Kevin Oyler: 3,628

Shane Marshall (inc.): 3,226

Mike Clayson: 2,264

Bret Bills: 2,083

SPRINGVILLE (ranked choice)


Matt Packard: 4,591 (won Round 1)

Ryan Miller: 724

Matthew Norman Bradley: 673

City Council (four-year term, first seat)

Michael Snelson: 3,503 (won Round 6)

Craig Conover: 2,106 (eliminated Round 6)

Ximena M. Bishop: 1,464 (eliminated Round 5)

Craig Jensen: 1,137 (eliminated Round 4)

Marcia Conover-Harris: 687 (eliminated Round 3)

Dale Watson: 568 (eliminated Round 2)

Amanda Miller: 445 (eliminated Round 1)

City Council (four-year term, second seat)

Craig Jensen: 3,093 (won Round 5)

Craig Conover: 2,432 (eliminated Round 5)

Ximena M. Bishop: 1,658 (eliminated Round 4)

Dale Watson: 830 (eliminated Round 3)

Marcia Conover-Harris: 753 (eliminated Round 2)

Amanda Miller: 524 (eliminated Round 1)

City Council (two-year term)

Chris Sorensen: 3,186 (won Round 2)

Lyle Wert: 2,659 (eliminated Round 2)

Kelly Jensen: 695 (eliminated Round 1)

VINEYARD (ranked choice)


Julie Fullmer: 1,259 (won Round 1)

Marc Brimhall: 129

Maria Guadalupe Cane: 69

City Council (four-year term, first seat)

Mardi Sifuentes: 772 (won Round 3)

Amber Rasmussen: 342 (eliminated Round 3)

Kristal C. Price (write-in): 317 (eliminated Round 3)

Nef Pacheco: 100 (eliminated Round 2)

Undeclared write-ins: 13 (eliminated Round 1)

City Council (four-year term, second seat)

Amber Rasmussen: 749 (won Round 3)

Kristal C. Price (write-in): 448 (eliminated Round 3)

Nef Pacheco: 255 (eliminated Round 2)

Undeclared write-ins: 26 (eliminated Round 1)

WOODLAND HILLS (ranked choice)


Brent Winder: 311 (won Round 2)

Benjamin J Hillyard: 256 (eliminated Round 2)

Mike Lauritzen: 186 (eliminated Round 1)

City Council (four-year term, first seat)

Janet Lunt: 395 (won Round 3)

Toby M. Harding: 208 (eliminated Round 3)

Dorel B. Kynaston: 150 (eliminated Round 2)

Cody Chamberlain: 60 (eliminated Round 1)

City Council (four-year term, second seat)

Dorel B. Kynaston: 340 (won Round 2)

Toby M. Harding: 238 (eliminated Round 2)

Cody Chamberlain: 144 (eliminated Round 1)

Weber County



Ken Phippen: 977

Z. Lee Dickemore: 952

City Council

Katie A. Williams: 1,008

Bruce N. Richins: 937

Boyd Ferrin: 1,338



Michelle Tait: 927

Larry Lilly: ​​228

City Council

David Schad: 195

Stephen Weiss: 714

Jeffery Pearce: 371

Maxwell Jackson: 770

City Council (two-year term)

Kenny Loveland: 1,015


City Council (Districts 1 and 2)

Chris Paulsen: 204

Bryce Wilcox: 471

City Council (Districts 3 and 6)

Scott Boerstra (withdrew):

Lisa L. Northrop: 524

City Council (Districts 4 and 5)

Debra Marigoni: 346

Brad Ostler: 234



Doug Allen: 108

Richard L. Sorensen: 190

Town Council

Artie Powell: 194

Santos Arroyo: 122

Sandy Hunter: 190



S. Neal Berube: 3,884

City Council (two seats)

Blake D. Cevering: 2,366

Jay D Dalpias: 2,379

Stefanie Casey: 1,813

Spencer C. Stephens: 1,890


City Council (District 1)

Angela Choberka: 738

Thomas H. Gooch: 411

City Council (District 3)

Priscilla Martinez: 1,152

Ken Richey: 1,226

City Council (At Large A)

Marcia l. White: 5,168

Daniel J.Gladwell: 3,370

City Council (At Large B)

Sebastian Benitez: 3,862

Bart Blair: 4,579



John Beesley: 1,427

Miles Robinson: 522

City Council

Luigi Panunzio: 1,372

Jed Jenkins: 1,429



Leonard Call: 1,810

Write-in totals: 254

City Council

Phillip L. Nelsen: 1,631

Steven Gibson: 1,621

Write-in totals: 129



Braden D. Mitchell: 1,347

City Council (two seats)

Jeffrey F Savage: 168

Bart Stevens: 916

Karina E. Merrill: 764

Anne K. Hansen: 947



Robert E. Dandoy: 4,569

City Council (two)

Sophie Paul: 3,102

Ashlee Kurys: 1,186

Randy R. Scadden: 3,057

Kevin Homer: 1,872



Russell L. Porter: 2,439

City Council (two-year seat)

Brandon Dominguez: 975

Jeanette C. Smyth: 1,704

City Council (two seats)

Susan Stewart: 1,812

Jeremy Howe: 997

Mike Howard: 1,684



Gordon S. Cutler: 331

City Council (two seats)

Austin Bennion: 144

Kristi Bell: 321

Michelle H. Roberts: 156

Rob Guiller: 115



Brett Degroot: 558

Mark C. Allen: 1,050

City Council

Jill Christiansen: 987

Jeff West: 798

Nathan Howard: 577

Larry D. Weir: 579



Rob Vanderwood: 2,021

Sharon Arrington Bolos: 1,401

City Council (two seats)

Clarence L. Kelley: 1,382

Jonathan "Ryan" Swapp: 1,675

Ryan Saunders: 1,992

David E. Smith: 870

Hooper Water District

Board of Trustees At-Large

Wayne B. Haws: 3,133

Board of Trustees Div. 3

Gary M. Kapp: 222

Cole Tubbs: 461

Weber Fire District

Board of Trustees At-Large (two seats)

Kevin Ward: 2,445

Dan Ianniello: 1,426

Kerry W. Gibson: 1,194

Contributing: Carter Williams, Katie McKellar, Jacob Klopfenstein, Kyle Dunphey, Tyler Pratt


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