Snyderville Basin voters also supported forming a cemetery district and Park City voters OKed a proposition to levy a one-half of one percent sales tax for capital improvements.
Here are tonight's totals which will not become official until they are canvassed by the county council next week:
In the one contested Park City School Board race to represent District 3 Tania Knauer won with 948 votes to Kristen Brown's 850.
There were three contested school board races in the South Summit School District. The final vote count was:
Democrat Chris Robinson earned more votes in Summit County in the race for House Seat 54 in the Utah Legislature, but did not accumulate enough votes district-wide to unseat incumbent Republican Kraig Powell. The final tally was Robinson - 6,070 vs. Kraig Powell - 8,765.
In Utah's newly redrawn First Congressional District, Park City resident Donna McAleer, a Democrat was trailing in her race against five-term incumbent Rob Bishop. As of 11:30 p.m. on election night, with 80 percent of the precincts reporting, Bishop had earned 71 percent of the votes. McAleer, however, led in Summit County with 8,854 votes compared to Bishop's 7,030.
A full summary of Summit County's results can be found at: http://www.summitcounty.org/clerk/downloads/archives/2012_enr_unofficial_summary.pdf