Category Archives: Elections

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Election Results – November, 2022

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General Election Results are scheduled to begin posting online on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, at 8:45pm Mountain Time.

  • U.S. Senate
  • U.S. House District 2
  • State Treasurer
  • State Senate District 28
  • State House District 72
  • State House District 73
  • State House District 74
  • State House District 75
  • County Commission Seat A
  • County Commission Seat B
  • County Commission Seat C – Special 2 Year
  • County Attorney
  • County Clerk/Auditor
  • County Sheriff
  • Local School Board District 4
  • Local School Board District 5
  • Local School Board District 6
  • Local School Board District 7
  • PAIGE PETERSEN Judicial Retention
  • JEFFREY C. WILCOX Judicial Retention
  • TROY A. LITTLE Judicial Retention
  • K. JAKE GRAFF Judicial Retention
  • DOUGLAS A. WHITLOCK Judicial Retention
  • Constitutional Amendment A

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Election Results – June, 2022

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Primary Election Results are scheduled to begin posting online on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at 8:45pm Mountain Time.

  • Republican for U.S. Senate
  • Republican for U.S. House District 2
  • Republican for State Senate District 28
  • Republican for State House District 72
  • Republican for State House District 73
  • Republican for State House District 74
  • Republican for County Commission Seat A
  • Local School Board District 5
  • Local School Board District 6

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Rep. Travis Seegmiller to Resign from Utah House of Representatives

This morning, Rep. Travis Seegmiller notified Speaker Brad Wilson of his intent to resign from the Utah House of Representatives, effective July 1, 2022. Rep. Seegmiller and his family plan to move outside the boundaries of his current district, requiring the representative to forgo his elected position and withdraw from his current election.

“I appreciate Rep. Seegmiller’s service and accept his resignation,” said Speaker Wilson. “I wish Rep. Seegmiller and his family well in their future plans and endeavors.”

Rep. Seegmiller has represented House District 62 in Washington County since his appointment to the Utah House of Representatives in February 2018. The Washington County Republican Party will hold a special election to fill House District 62’s vacancy in the coming months.

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Elections Announcement – Deadline for Party Affiliation

Deadline for Party Affiliation

Per Utah state law, the deadline for voters to update their party affiliation is March 31st for the 2022 Primary Election.

Partisan Primary elections are when individual political parties select the candidate that will represent their party in the November General Election. Each political party in Utah decides whether they will have an “open” primary election (open to all registered voters regardless of which party they are affiliated with) or a “closed” primary election (closed to any voter not registered with that specific party).

The following political parties will have an OPEN primary: Democratic Party, Independent American Party and the United Utah Party. Any registered voter may request to receive an OPEN primary ballot.

The following political parties will have a CLOSED primary: Constitution Party, Libertarian Party and the Republican Party. Voters must be affiliated with the CLOSED primary party to be able to receive a ballot.

If you are already affiliated with a political party that is having a primary election, you will be mailed that party’s ballot, unless you have selected another political party choice.

Not every registered voter will receive a ballot because some political parties will not need to have a Primary Election.

Additionally, if you are an UNAFFILIATED voter, a ballot will not be mailed to you. However, if you would like to participate in a primary election, you still have some options including requesting a ballot for an open primary or affiliating with one of the closed primary parties.

If you would like a ballot for an OPEN primary party, please update your ballot preference by going to www.vote.utah.gov or contacting the County Clerk’s office at elections.utah.gov or call (435) 986-3399.

If you would like a ballot for a CLOSED primary party, you will need to affiliate with that political party no later than March 31st. Your party affiliation can be updated by going to www.vote.utah.gov or in person at the county clerk’s office.

Voters may only vote in ONE primary per election cycle. We encourage everyone to double check their voter registration information to ensure their political party affiliation is correct.

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Utah State Legislature Alters Filing Period For Declaration of Candidacy

The Utah State Legislature recently passed Senate Bill 170 which alters the candidate filing period for the 2022 Regular Primary Election by one week.

The Washington County Clerk/Auditor’s Office is charged with administering elections in Washington County and therefore wishes to increase public awareness of this change to Utah state law.

Click here to read full details about Utah State Legislature recently passed Senate Bill 170.

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Election Results – November, 2021

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Municipal Primary Election Results are scheduled to begin posting online on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, at 8:00pm Mountain Time.

  • Apple Valley Mayor Apple Valley
  • Apple Valley Council
  • Apple Valley Special 2 year Council
  • Hildale City Mayor
  • Hildale City Council Hildale
  • Hurricane City Mayor
  • Hurricane City Council
  • Ivins City Mayor
  • Ivins City Council
  • La Verkin City Mayor
  • La Verkin City Council
  • Leeds Mayor
  • Leeds Council
  • Rockville Mayor
  • Rockville Council
  • Santa Clara City Mayor
  • Santa Clara City Council
  • Springdale Mayor
  • Springdale Council Springdale
  • St George City Mayor
  • St George City Council
  • Toquerville City Mayor
  • Toquerville City Council
  • Washington City Mayor
  • Washington City Council
  • New Harmony Valley Fire SSD Board Member
  • Northwestern Fire SSD Board Member
  • Gunlock Water Board Member

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