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Several incumbents ousted in primary election



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SALT LAKE CITY -- Results are in from Tuesday's primary municipal elections.

Mayors knocked out in primaries included Bluffdale's Claudia Anderson, Cedar Hills' Michael McGee, Lehi's Howard Johnson and Grantsville's Byron Anderson.

Voters also gave the boot to West Valley City Councilman Joel Coleman and Holladay City Councilman Grant Orton.

Dell Schanze came in third in the Saratoga Springs primary, meaning he will not be on the ballot in the fall.

For a more complete listing of the results visit http://www.elections.utah.gov/.

In Salt Lake County, voter turnout was about 11 percent. County Clerk Sherrie Swensen tells the Deseret News she's disappointed that fewer than 28,000 people there voted Tuesday.

The general municipal elections are in November.

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