Election Night: Utah 2019 municipal election live blog

Nov 5, 2019, 9:03 PM | Updated: 9:47 pm
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Salt Lake City residents casting their votes during the 2016 election. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
(AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

A number of Utah communities held elections for mayor and bond issues on Nov. 5, 2019. For the results of city council elections, please click on the link for the county involved.

All results are unofficial. Additionally, some counties did not provide information about the percentage of precincts reporting. For races in which results were still being counted late Tuesday night, we have provided links to each county clerk’s office.

Davis County

Layton Mayor

  • Joy Petro, 53.35% (5,375)
  • Joyce Forbes Brown, 46.45% (4,700)

Salt Lake County

Brighton Mayor — 100% precincts reporting

  • Danial E. Knopp, 51.55% (83)
  • Don O. Despain, 48.45% (78)

Millcreek Mayor — 100% precincts reporting

  • Jeff Silvestrini, 76.77% (8,311)
  • Angel Vice, 23.23% (2,515)

Salt Lake City Mayor — 100% precincts reporting

  • Erin Mendenhall, 58.60% (19,819)
  • Luz Escamilla, 41.40% (13,999)

Salt Lake City Council District 2 — 100% precincts reporting

  • Andrew Johnston, 63.65% (1,229)
  • Moroni Benally, 36.35% (702)

Salt Lake City Council District 4 — 100% precincts reporting

  • Ana Valdemoros, 83.53% (3,250)
  • Leo Rodgers, 16.47% (641)

Salt Lake City Council District 6 — 100% precincts reporting

  • Dan Dugan, 50.04% (3,413)
  • Charlie Luke, 49.96% (3,408)

West Jordan Mayor — 100% precincts reporting

  • Dirk Burton, 52.43% (4,968)
  • Jim Riding, 47.57% (4,507)

Utah County

Provo Schools special bond election

  • Against – 63.07% (7,883)
  • For – 36.93% (4,616)

Payson City Council Seat 1 (Ranked Choice Voting) – Doug Welton

Payson City Council Seat 2 (Ranked Choice Voting) – Brian Hulet

Payson City Council Seat 3 (Ranked Choice Voting) – Linda Carter

Vineyard City Council Seat 1 (Ranked Choice Voting) – Cristy Welsh

Vineyard City Council Seat 2 (Ranked Choice Voting) – Tyce Flake

Weber County

Hooper Mayor

  • Dale R. Fowers, 68.08% (1,188)
  • Lori L. Brinkerhoff, 31.92% (557)

North Ogden Mayor

  • S. Neal Berube, 57.08% (2,752)
  • Lynn H. Satterthwaite, 42.92% (2,069)

Ogden Mayor

  • Mike Caldwell, 58.32% (5,668)
  • Angel Castillo, 41.68% (4,050)

Weber County Proposition 3

  • Against – 64.97% (24,067)
  • For – 35.03% (12,977)


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Election Night: Utah 2019 municipal election live blog