Summit County Elections 2013

Voters throughout Summit County will be voting in their city and town council elections. In each of Coalville, Oakley and Park City, two council seats and the mayor's post are up for election.

Please take some time to browse through the candidates' positions on this page before going to the polls.

Note: Candidates' responses to each question were to be kept under 200 words; some responses that exceeded that limit have been edited for length.

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Coalville Races
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Oakley Races
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Election Day Summary


What: the Park City election

Who wants to be mayor:

  • Andy Beerman
  • Jack Thomas

Beerman is a lodging industry figure and a member of the Park City Council. Thomas is a Park City Planning Commissioner and an architect.

Who wants to be a Park City Councilor:

  • Alex Butwinski
  • Cindy Matsumoto
  • Tim Henney
  • Mary Wintzer

Butwinski is an incumbent City Councilor. He is retired but continues to manage investment properties. Matsumoto is an incumbent City Councilor and the co-owner of a home furnishings store. Henney works in real estate investment and management. Wintzer owns a commercial leasing firm.

When: polls are open on Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Where: people who live in Old Town and Deer Valley vote in the City Council chambers at the Marsac Building. People who live in the rest of Park City vote in the lobby of the Eccles Center.

What to bring: government issued photo identification, such as a driver license, a military identification, a passport or a concealed weapon permit. If someone does not have the photo identification, they must provide two other forms listed as being acceptable. One of those forms must show the person's address.

More information: is available on City Hall's website, Select Election Information 2013 from the Government dropdown menu on the front page.


Coalville Mayoral Candidates:

  • Trever Johnson
  • Arlin Judd
  • Johnson is a manager of operations for a company that does maintenance for commercial buildings. Judd is a current member of the Coalville City Council.

    City Council Candidates (two vacancies):

  • Bob McKeehan
  • Cuyler Scates
  • Rodney Robbins
  • McKeehan works for a Walmart distribution center in Grantsville. Scates is the manager of a construction company. Robbins owns and manages rental properties in Coalville.

    Oakley Mayoral candidates:

  • Blake Frazier
  • Wade Woolstenhulme
  • Frazier is the incumbent mayor of Oakley and also serves as Summit County's Auditor. Woolstenhulme is the principal of South Summit Middle School.

    City Council Candidates (two vacancies):

  • Alton Frazier
  • Kendall "Tiny" Woolstenhulme
  • Charles Gillett
  • City Council 2-year term candidate:

  • Lorrie Hoggan
  • Frazier owns a small real estate brokerage in Eastern Summit County and serves on the Oakley City Council. Woolstenhulme serves on the Oakley City Council and owns Tycon Inc., an excavating contractor company. Gillett owns an equipment services company. Hoggan serves on the Oakley City Council and is a paralegal for Talisker Mountain Inc.

    When to vote: Oakley: Oakley City Hall, 960 W. Center Street, polls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Coalville: Coalville City Hall, 10 Main Street, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    What to bring: government-issued photo identification, which can include a driver license, a military ID, a passport or a concealed weapon permit. If no photo identification can be provided, a voter must present two other acceptable forms of identification, one of which should show the person's address.

    For more information on the Coalville election, visit For more information on the Oakley election, visit