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  Election Overview

Salt Lake County General Election Results

City of West Jordan Official General Election Results     

Council District 1
Christopher M. McConnehey – 1,869          
Kevin Mertin – 1,610

Council District 3
Zach Jacob – 1,357
Tim McConnehey – 619
Mike Kellermeyer – 168

Council District 2
Dirk Burton – 1,852
Judith M. Hansen – 1,687

Council District 4
Sophie Rice – 1,533
Alan R. Anderson – 1,443

The following candidates, having qualified by number of votes, will serve in each of their respective Council Districts beginning January 1, 2016 and ending December 31, 2019:

Christopher M. McConnehey

Dirk Burton

Zach Jacob

Sophie Rice

Swearing In Ceremony: January 4, 2016

2015 Pre-General Election Campaign Disclosure Statements

2015 Primary Campaign Disclosure Statements

Official Primary Election Results
Kevin Mertin - 668
Christopher M. McConnehey - 1,120
Jay Thomas - 636


Vote By Mail Frequently Asked Questions
Vote by Mail Ballot Process.pdf
Instructions on 'How to Fold the Absentee Ballot Envelope'

Election Related Links
Utah State Site:   
S.L. County Clerk:

Utah Statewide Electronic Voter Information Website
Did you know you can find all of the answers you need to know to Vote at the website above?
*Register to Vote
*When and Where to Vote
*Early Voting dates and locations
*Election Day Requirements
*View your Ballot
*Candidate Profiles

Register to Vote
On-Line Application

Now it’s easier than ever to register online! Simply visit the Online Voter Registration website to find out more. You need to have a current Utah Driver's License or ID Card in order to register using the online system.

Your Online
Voter Registration must be submitted 30 days prior to the upcoming election to be eligible to vote in that election.

Vote the Easy Way...Vote By Mail!
Salt Lake County has a Permanent Vote by Mail Program for anyone who prefers to vote by mail.  All you have to do is apply and you will automatically receive your ballot in the mail for every election in which you are eligible to vote.  An application and details are available on the County Clerk's link below.         

To find out if you are a registered voter, or are interested in applying for the "Permanent Vote by Mail Program" please go to the Salt Lake County Clerk webpage.

General Election Candidates - Campaign Disclosure Statements

Official Primary Election Results
Primary Election Campaign Financial Disclosure Statements
2011 Campaign Financial Disclosure Statements
2009 Campaign Financial Disclosure Statements


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