Election Day 2020 preliminary results
After weeks of voting, the polls are officially closed. Here’s a rundown of election night results in Summit County.
These results are preliminary and do not include ballots that arrived to the Summit County Clerk’s Office after Friday. The Clerk’s Office is quarantining due to a staffer’s exposure to COVID-19. A significant number of ballots in Summit County are outstanding.
Results reflect districtwide tally
House District 54:
• Republican Mike Kohler 54.9% (12,404 votes); Democrat Meaghan Miller 45.1% (10,173 votes)
House District 53:
• Republican Kera Birkeland 63% (11,934 votes); Democrat Cheryl Butler 37% (7,000 votes)
House District 28:
• Democrat Brian King 76.3% (11,746 votes); Republican Carol Hunter 23.7% (3,655 votes)
Senate District 19:
• Republican John D. Johnson 53.1% (16,688 votes); Democrat Katy Owens 46.9% (14,734 votes)
Park City Board of Education District 2:
• Andrew Caplan 64% (1,314 votes); write-in (Thomas Cooke) 36% (738 votes)
South Summit Board of Education District 1:
• Wendy Radke 54.2% (251 votes); Wade Woolstenhulme 45.8% (212 votes)
South Summit Board of Education District 2:
• Dan Eckert 57.1% (320 votes); David Darcey 42.9% (240 votes)
South Summit Board of Education District 3:
• Lynda Whitmore 65% (282 votes); Dustin Hatch 35% (152 votes)
North Summit Board of Education District 3:
• Clark O. Staley 55.62% (178 votes); Shane Robertson 44.38% (142 votes)
Proposition 21 (RAP tax)
• 77.6% in favor (13,660 votes); 22.4% opposed (3,950 votes)
• Summit County: Democrat Joseph Biden 64.2% (11,733 votes); Republican Donald Trump 33.5% (6,122 votes)
• Summit County: Democrat Chris Peterson 10,093 votes; Republican Spencer Cox 7,087 votes
• Statewide: Peterson 32.5% (288,961 votes); Cox 63.1% (561,773 votes)
1st Congressional District
• Summit County: Democrat Darren Parry 10,453 votes; Republican Blake Moore 6,653 votes
• Districtwide: Parry 31.8% (80,506 votes); Moore 68.2% (172,656 votes)
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