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

Summit County Treasurer Corrie Forsling says she has a good track record, loves her job, and wants to be elected to another term. She also responded to the accusations this week that her department has dispersed funds on some occasions without following proper policy. Rick Brough has more.

Early voting for the November 4 election started Tuesday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Wayne Stevens (D) is challenging incumbent Kevin Van Tassell for his Senate District 26 seat, and Stevens says he's a fighter, not a follower. He also says he's looking out for the people, not big business.

His main issue is fighting a proposed phosphate plant on state land that, he says, will endanger Vernal's water supply. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County Clerk Kent Jones (D) is hoping to be elected to another term to carry the Clerk's office into the future. He also responded to some of the criticisms of his Republican challengers.

Utah's District 54 encompasses much of Wasatch County and Park City proper. Both candidates - Kraig Powell and Glenn Wright - running for the seat in the Utah House of Representatives gave their platforms at Monday's candidate forum. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

At Monday's KPCW - Park Record 2014 Election Forum, the candidates running for Summit Council Seat D - incumbent Chris Robinson and challenger Craig Williams = discussed the proposed Tesoro oil pipeline, their position on responding to the needs of the East Side, and other items. Rick Brough has more.

The representative from District 53 in the Utah House represents parts of Jeremy Ranch, Kimball Junction, Silver Springs and Sun Peak, as well as Eastern Summit County, and rural counties, such as Morgan Rich and Duchesne. The two candidates running for that seat - Ray Worthen and Mel Brown - answered questions at Monday's KPCW - Park Record 2014 Election Forum. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The candidates running for Summit County Council Seat E discussed some of the challenges presented by the Tesoro Oil pipeline, development problems and Utah legislature. Rick Brough has more.

KPCW file photo

Candidates for Summit County Sheriff answered questions at the KPCW-Park Record 2014 Election Forum Monday evening. Justin Martinez said he would be the people's sheriff; Kris Hendriksen said he would make everyone feel safe inside their homes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Summit County Treasurer's office wasn't the focus of Monday night's 2014 Election Forum. But an allegation involving it briefly took center stage. Rick Brough has more.