School Board Candidate Kristen Brown’s full interview from Thursday, June 7, 2012 on KPCW’s Local News Hour. Brown is running to represent District 3.
School Board Candidate Nancy Garrison’s full interview from Friday, June 8, 2012 on KPCW’s Local News Hour. Garrison is running to represent District 2.
The two Democratic candidates for Utah’s First Congressional District are critical of the Ski Link proposal to connect a gondola from Canyons Resort to Solitude. Rick Brough has more.
The deadline to register for the June 26th primary, online or at the County Clerk’s office, is set for a week from now, June 11th. In the meantime, the county is offering some new services for voters at its website. Rick Brough has more.
In the June 26th primary, Democrats in Summit County – and the rest of Utah’s First Congressional District – will decide on their nominee, to run against incumbent Republican Congressman Rob Bishop. Rick Brough has more.
This weekend’s Republican state convention clearly wasn’t a repeat of their meeting two years ago, when the so-called “Tea Party” insurgents turned out incumbent Senator Bob Bennett. That was the word from Summit County’s Republican chair, Henry Glasheen. Rick Brough has more.
Three Summit County candidates ran in state or federal races, but only one survived this weekend’s party conventions. Rick Brough has more.
Votes have been tallied. Liza Simpson and Dick Peek will return to the Park City Council and Andy Beerman will replace outgoing councilman Joe Kernan. Proposition 2, which allows the county to permanently borrow 2 million dollars from the tax stability fund, passed with 68 percent of the vote. Councilman Dick Peek received the most [...]
Park City resident Howard Wallack is one of the declared Republican challengers running for Jim Matheson’s seat in Utah’s Second Congessional District. Wallack says he wants to bring the perspective of a successful businessman to the nation’s problems, and he’s hoping his grandchildren will have the same opportunities he did. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County officials have said previously that they couldn’t find a spokesman to express opposition to Proposition #2, on this fall’s election ballot—which is asking to spend $2 million from the tax stability fund. But recently-resigned Snyderville Planning Commissioner Julie Hooker said she will vote against the ballot question—because the county has appealed to fear rather than providing information. Rick Brough has more.