The mayor of Midway wants to be elected to a second term. She’s lived in Midway for 25 years, owned her own business and thinks she can help lead and serve the 4000 residents living there. Carolyn Murray has this:
In a state where only 20 women serve in the 104-member-Legislature, it’s unique to have a small, rural town like Midway, produce three female candidates for mayor. Because only two names can be on the general election ballot, a primary will happen in just two weeks. Carolyn Murray has more.
In a recent vote, the Midway City Council refused to put an open space bond on November’s ballot, saying all of the details had not been worked out. Pure Midway is the citizens group interested in preserving the rural setting and is building support for their cause. Carolyn Murray has more:
On today’s program, Pat Vaughn, Colleen Bonner and Celeste Johnson - the three Midway Mayoral candidates competing in the August 15th primary. They discuss their involvement in politics, how it’s come to having three women running for the office, what their positions are and how they differ. Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley previews tomorrow's school board meeting.
The city of Midway held a three way primary in August with all female candidates running for mayor. With the general election next month, the 10 year resident challenging the incumbent thinks she can bring a new perspective to handling the growth pressures in Midway. Carolyn Murray has this: