Election results canvassed
Primary Election results declared official
The Primary Election results were declared official this week after the Summit County Clerk’s Office canvassed the poll results along with absentee and provisional ballots.
According to Summit County Deputy Clerk Ryan Cowley, the election results stayed the same.
"The overall numbers changed very slightly," Cowley said. "We received about 138 provisional ballots and were able to count all of them but five due to inaccuracies."
Cowley said the accuracy rate was very high.
The candidates that received the most votes in the Primary Election move on to the General Election in November.
Official Primary Election results include:
U.S. Congress District 1 Democrat
Ryan Combe: 131 votes, 9.14 percent (eliminated)
Donna McAleer: 1302 votes, 90.86 percent
Summit County Council Seat A, Republican
Michael Howard: 1121 votes 48.42 percent (eliminated)
Max Greenhalgh: 1194 votes, 51.58 percent
Summit County Council Seat A, Democrats
Sean Wharton: 593 votes, 44.62 percent (eliminated)
Roger Armstrong: 736 votes, 55.38 percent
Park City School District 2
Eric Oberg: 92 votes, 19.25 percent (eliminated)
Ron Huggins: 131votes, 27.41 percent
Nancy Garrison: 255 votes, 53.35 percent
Park City School District 3
Tania Knauer: 236 votes, 42.91 percent
Paul Marsh: 127 votes, 23.09 percent (eliminated)
Kristen Brown: 187 votes, 34.00 percent
North Summit Recreation District Bond
For: 205 votes, 13.43 percent
Against: 1321 votes, 86.57 percent
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