Utah Voters Head to Polls

Utah Voters Head to Polls

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(Undated-AP) -- It's election day and voters will start heading to the polls this morning at seven a-m.

One of the hottest races in the state is the Salt Lake City mayor's race. Incumbent Rocky Anderson faces off against Frank Pignanelli. Recent polls indicate the race is going to be a close one.

In Ogden, Mayor Matthew Godfrey faces off against Councilman Jesse Garcia.

And in Holladay, the city will get a new part-time mayor after voters changed its form of municipal government in August. Bob Neslen and Dennis Webb are vying for that spot.

A judge reinstated most of the candidates around the state involved in a deadline debacle that disqualified them. All Lehi candidates, one of two Draper candidates, and all six candidates in Spanish Fork were reinstated.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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