Primary Election: Tuesday, August 11, 2015
General Election: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
 

Municipal General Election Information

On February 3, 2015, the Cedar Hills City Council unanimously voted to authorize the 2015 Primary and General Municipal Elections to be conducted using vote by mail, a system where all residents vote using absentee ballots. More information may be found in the Press Release.

Questions regarding the 2015 primary and general elections may be directed to Colleen Mulvey, Cedar Hills city recorder, 10246 N Canyon Road, Cedar Hills, Utah 84062, (801)785-9668, ext. 503, e-mail: cmulvey@cedarhills.org.

Official Results of the Nov. 3 General Election

Under the direction of the Cedar Hills city recorder and city council, a canvass of the general election results was conducted at the regularly scheduled city council meeting on November 17 in the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center. The canvass was based on election data received from the Utah County Clerk’s Office, which administered the city’s all vote-by-mail general election and counted and tallied all Cedar Hills ballots. The purpose of the canvass is to account for every ballot cast and ensure that every valid vote is included in the election totals. This involves accounting for every absentee (vote-by-mail) ballot, every ballot cast on Election Day, every provisional ballot, and every overseas and military ballot cast by absentee. 

CANDIDATES GUIDE – 2015 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION

Brian Miller
Angela C.C. Johnson
Paul Sorensen
Jenney Rees
Mike Geddes
Ben Bailey

2015 Candidate Campaign Financial Disclosures

 

Municipal Primary Election Information

PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS – AUGUST 11, 2015

CANDIDATES GUIDE – 2015 PRIMARY ELECTION 
Contains Election Information and Candidate Bios

VIEW THE RESULTS: Total Votes Cast for All Precincts (Represents 25% voter participation)
The city council will canvass the Primary Election results on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. The outcome of the election is not official until the canvass is completed. The purpose of the canvass is to account for every ballot cast and ensure that every valid vote cast is included in the election totals. This involves accounting for every absentee ballot, every ballot cast on Election Day, every provisional ballot, and every overseas and military ballot.

PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS OF THE CITY COUNCIL CANVASS HELD ON AUGUST 25, 2015

The city council canvassed the Primary Election results of August 11 at a scheduled meeting on Tuesday, August 25, in the Cedar Hills community center. The outcome of the primary election on August 11, which was held by an all vote-by-mail system, was not official until the canvass was completed. The purpose of the canvass is to account for every ballot cast and ensure that every valid vote is included in the election totals. This involves accounting for every absentee ballot, every ballot cast on Election Day, every provisional ballot, and every overseas and military ballot. View the outcome of the canvass: Canvassed Primary Election Results

PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS OF THE CANVASS OF THE RECOUNT HELD ON SEPT. 8, 2015

The city council canvassed the results of the primary election recount at a scheduled meeting on September 8. The tie vote candidate was chosen by lot at the meeting. View the Canvass Results.
 

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