Results from primary go unchanged |

Results from primary go unchanged

The results of the tight race for seat 3 on the Park City School Board did not change with the vote canvass Wednesday in Coalville.

Art Brothers lost in the contest by two votes to Gerd Holmsen Aguilar. Brothers received 42 votes in the primary election.

Holmsen Aguilar now takes on the top vote-getter in the campaign, Anne Bransford, in the November general election. Bransford received 74 votes.

Summit County Clerk Kent Jones said 12 provisional ballots were added to the final primary election tally. Seven of those ballots were cast in the race for seat 3 on the Park City School Board.

Four absentee ballots were disqualified because they were not "clearly postmarked before Election Day," Jones said.

About two percent of the 26,176 registered voters in Summit County cast ballots in the primary election.

Other official results from the primary election include:

State treasurer race: Richard Ellis 59 percent Mark Walker 40 percent

South Summit School Board seat 1: D Deloy Bisel Jr. 51 percent Mark Littleford 49 percent

South Summit School Board seat 2: Deby A. Anderson 46 percent Matthew Leavitt 30 percent and Kendall Woolstenhulme 23 percent

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