The Park Record 2018 Voter Guide
With Election Day approaching on Nov. 6, and mail-in ballots on their way to residents, The Park Record asked candidates in federal, state, county and school board elections to answer a series of questions in their own words in order to help voters make informed decisions. Below are links to each race.
U.S. Senate: Mitt Romney vs. Jenny Wilson
U.S. House of Representatives UT-1: Rob Bishop vs. Lee Castillo vs. Eric Eliason
Utah Senate District 26: Eileen Gallagher vs. Ron Winterton
Utah House of Representatives District 53: Logan Wilde vs. Chris Neville
Utah House of Representatives District 54: Tim Quinn vs. Meaghan Miller
Summit County Council Seat E: Glenn Wright vs. Josh Mann
Park City School District Board of Education District 4: Vicky Fitlow vs. Kara Hendrickson
South Summit School District Board of Education District 4: Steve Hardman vs. Hoyt Atkinson
South Summit School District Board of Education District 5: Debra Blazzard vs. Stacy Maxfield
Utah House of Representatives District 28: Brian King
Summit County Council Seat D: Chris Robinson
Summit County Attorney: Margaret Olson
Summit County Auditor: Michael Howard
Summit County Clerk: Kent Jones
Summit County Recorder: Rhonda Francis
Summit County Sheriff: Justin Martinez
According to the Summit County Clerk’s Office, ballots for the Nov. 6 election are set to begin arriving by mail on Friday, Oct. 19. Ballots returned through the mail must be postmarked by Nov. 5. Residents can register to vote online or at the Clerk’s Office through Oct. 30. Same-day registration will also be available at four voting assistance centers throughout the county on Election Day. Visit http://co.summit.ut.us/281/Voter-Registration-Elections for more information.
Deer Valley man who sought mayor’s office, others consider Park City Council campaigns￼
David Dobkin, a Deer Valley resident who campaigned in the mayoral contest in 2021, said people are asking him to run for the City Council this year.
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