Summit County Clerk Kent Jones reports that they saw a strong turnout for early voting, with roughly 30 percent of the county’s registered voters casting ballots the previous two weeks. Rick Brough has more.
If approved, the resort tax would add 50 cents for every 100 dollars spent and would raise 3.2 million dollars per year for improvements including everything from storm drains to open space. Lynn Ware Peek reports.
In tonight’s voting for the Summit County Council, one candidate is running as a write-in, but County Clerk Kent Jones said he doesn’t think that will cause much of a delay to the vote count Tuesday night. Rick Brough has more.
The final 2012 Campaign Finance Reports before election day were handed in last week to the Summit County Clerk’s office. Rick Brough has more.
Today on Community Voices, we have a special debate edition among the school board candidates. For the first part of the show, we listen to Tania Knauer and Kristen Brown – candidates for Park City School District 3. We then hear from Mo Hickey (Chair Of Park City School Board) and Nancy Garrison. Our last guest is Associate Professor of Westminster College, Marilee Coles-Ritchie.
Using the combined resources of National Public Radio and Summit County’s only radio station, KPCW News will be bringing you complete election coverage November 6 when the polls close locally at 8 p.m. KPCW’s news staff will report on all Utah contests, focusing especially on local coverage of candidates running for Summit County Council, Park [...]
More than 2,300 votes have been cast during early voting so far and Summit County clerk Kent Jones expects to see as many as 8,000 by the end of the week. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has this update.
A Park Meadows resident says the proposal to increase the resort city sales tax by one-half of one percent lacks specifics and should be voted down. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
County wide early voting started on Tuesday, and a surprising numbers of voters showed up to cast their ballots, most of them citing convenience as a reason they chose to vote early. Rick Brough has more.