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

Nick Coleman (R), running against the incumbent for Summit County Clerk, says he'll bring business and tech experience to the position, and he aims to correct some problems with Summit County's voter database. Rick Brough has more.

The candidates for Summit County Attorney, incumbent David Brickey and former Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder, jousted over their records, as well as their qualifications to handle both the civil and criminal sides of their job. They also delved into some of their judgment calls at Monday's 2014 Election Forum. Rick Brough has more.

Veteran Utah lawmaker Mel Brown is asking to be elected again to represent House District 53. He's got a multi-county district that is primarily rural, and he says representing rural Utah is a paramount concern. Rick Brough has more.

courtesy Mary Ann Trussell

Summit County Recorder Mary Ann Trussell, a veteran of the Recorder's office who was appointed to the head position last year, is now asking to be elected to her first term. Rick Brough has more.

Morgan County resident Ray Worthen, the Democratic contender for House District 53, admits he has an uphill fight against incumbent Mel Brown. But he says the voters need to hear an alternative, and a voice should be raised against the GOP dominance of the legislature. Rick Brough has more.

Leslie Thatcher

Christopher Robinson is asking to be elected a third time to the Summit County Council, saying he's ready to take on the difficult challenges and he has the experience to bear on just about anything that comes to the Council. Rick Brough has more.

The two candidates running for House District 54 appeared before Park City Rotary on Tuesday. The incumbent Republican Kraig Powell and his Democratic challenger Glenn Wright traded opinions on education funding, the environment and public lands. Rick Brough has more.


Glenn Wright is running against a Republican incumbent for State House District 54, which includes Park City, but he says he is talking about issues that are important to the state - like how education gets the short end of the funding stick. Rick Brough has more.

Join KPCW and The Park Record Monday, October 20 for a LIVE Candidate Forum. KPCW will be broadcasting from Newpark Resort, starting at 6:30 PM. County Sheriff, Attorney and Council candidates, as well as State Legislature candidates, will answer questions from the panel and the live audience. 

Scheduled to Participate, in order of appearance:

Utah State House, District 54