2014 Elections

KPCW's 2014 Election Coverage includes everything from filing to primaries to final results. Below we've listed the candidates for each position and when available, a link to their latest interview.



Monday, October 20 - KPCW/Park Record Election Forum

Monday, October 20 -Early Voting Begins

Friday, October 27 - Last Day to register in person at the County Clerk's office*

Saturday, October 28 - Last Day to register online*

Friday, October 31 - Early Voting Ends

Monday, November 3 - All absentee ballots must be post marked prior to Election Day and received prior to Nov. 18

Tuesday, November 4 - General Election Day

*You will not be eligible to participate in early voting, but you will be able to vote on election day.

Park City School Board, District #4 (Jeremy Ranch)

  • J.J. Ehlers

Park City School Board, District #5 (Summit Park, Timberline, Pinebrook)

Summit County Council, Seat D

Summit County Council, Seat E

Summit County Auditor

Summit County Assessor

  • Steve Martin

Summit County Treasurer

Summit County Recorder

Summit County Clerk

Summit County Attorney

Summit County Sheriff

Utah State House, District 28

  • Brian King (D)

Utah State House, District 53

Utah State House, District 54

Utah State Senate, District 26

U.S. Congress, Utah House District 1

Campaign Finance Reports are in for contributions and expenditures for the two candidates for Park City School Board District 5. Both candidates, Doug Payne and Julie Eihausen, kept expenditures under $1,500. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

In local Summit County races, the focus of attention has often been the contests for County Council.

But campaign finance reports this week show little activity for Council seats D and E in 2014. In fact, more money is being thrown into some of the races for County Department heads. Rick Brough has more.

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The only official write-in candidate running in a County race this year, Walter Brock, is vying for the newly combined office of Summit County Recorder/Surveyor. Rick Brough has more.

Three races for the Utah Legislature affect Summit County. The campaign finance reports handed in by the candidates show some remarkable differences. Rick Brough has more.

Two of the most-watched local political contests this year are the races for Summit County Sheriff and County Attorney.

New campaign finance reports this week show incumbent County Attorney David Brickey outspending his challenger, former Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder.

Meanwhile, Sheriff candidate Justin Martinez is swamping his opponent Kris Henricksen in terms of money spent and raised. Rick Brough has more.

The Republican contender for Summit County Recorder, Vicki Richards, says she has the knowledge and experience for the job. She says she can lead a Recorder's office that can keep up, not catch catch up. Rick Brough has more.

There's just one contested Park City School Board race, and the candidates - with very different backgrounds - have similar concerns of the number of programs the District offers, and how teachers will be evaluated in the future. Leslie Thatcher reports.

Candidate Amy Yost says she want to bring the Summit County Treasurer's office to a higher level. Yost, a Republican, is challenging incumbent Corrie Forsling. Rick Brough has more.

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The District 5 seat for the Park City School Board is up for grabs, representing Pinebrook, Summit Park  and Timberline. The two candidates, longtime educator Doug Payne and longtime volunteer Julie Eihausen answered questions posed by KPCW in an on-air debate Friday. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Monday night, KPCW and The Park Record hosted the 2014 Election Forum for candidates running for Utah House of Representatives, Summit County Council, Summit County Attorney and Summit County Sheriff.

The forum's panel included KPCW Reporter Rick Brough, Park Record Reporter Jay Hamburger, Park Record Editor Nan Chalat-Noaker and the event was moderated by KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher.