vote.utah.gov

2017 General Municipal Election

General Election Day: November 7, 2017

View the Preliminary Election Results

View the Official Canvass Report of Election Results

Vote-by-Mail Information

The 2017 General Municipal Election will be conducted using vote by mail. Each registered voter will be mailed a ballot and instructions for returning the ballot. Ballots for the General Election were mailed out by the County beginning Tuesday, October 17. Ballots must either be returned by mail and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Cedar Hills office building by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.  

A Voter Service Center will be open on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the city office building. This service center is to assist voters who did not receive a vote-by-mail ballot. Voters may also bring in their ballots to the Voter Service Center until 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. 

SAMPLE BALLOT

Candidate Eligibility

Two candidates in the Municipal General Election have been disqualified due to failure to submit financial disclosure statements on time. Press Release

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL OFFICES  

The municipal offices to be voted on in the General Election on November 7, 2017, are: Mayor, four-year term, and two City Council Members, four-year terms each. 

List of 2017 Municipal Candidates

NAME ADDRESS PHONE EMAIL OFFICE

Jenney Rees, 2017 candidate for mayorJenney Rees Bio

 

Financial Disclosure #1
Financial Disclosure #2

10258 N Bayhill Drive 801-358-8730

Email: jenneyrees@gmail.com

Website: jenneyrees.wordpress.com

Mayor

Denise Andersen, 2017 Candidate for City CouncilDenise Andersen Bio
Financial Disclosure #1
Financial Disclosure #2

8902 N Silver Lake Drive 801-228-8304 deniseandersen1@gmail.com City Council

Ben Ellsworth, 2017 Candidate for City CouncilBen Ellsworth Bio

 

Financial Disclosure #1
Financial Disclosure #2

  385-323-0635 ben.ellsworth@outlook.com City Council

Curt Crosby
Financial Disclosure

  801-669-2211 curt@libertyroundtable.com Mayor

Marice NavarroMaurice Fernando Navarro Bio 
Financial Disclosure

   801-361-0968 mauricenavarro84@gmail.com City Council

 Voter Information Pamphlet and Public Meeting: Proposition #7 PARC Tax

On November 7, 2017, Cedar Hills voters will have the responsibility to vote on an opinion question entitled Proposition #7, which asks whether or not the city should impose a sales and use tax for cultural arts, recreational, and botanical organizations or facilities (PARC Tax).

Voter Information Pamphlet has been prepared to help you better understand the issue. It contains arguments for and against the proposition, along with the official text and initial fiscal impact statement. This pamphlet also contains information regarding voter registration, voting by mail, and the voter service center.

Please take the opportunity to study this pamphlet, so that when you vote you will be able to make a sound, intelligent and informed choice on the issue.

According to Utah State Code, the city must allow in a public meeting equal time for a presentation of the arguments in favor and against the ballot proposition. This agenda item was addressed at the October 17 City Council meeting.

Voting

Vote-by-mail ballots will be mailed out 21 days before each election day. Ballots cannot and will not be forwarded by the postal service. All ballots that are determined undeliverable are returned to the county clerk’s office. If you have not received your ballot within two weeks after they are mailed, please call the Utah County Clerks Elections Division office.

When Must the Ballot Be Returned?

Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Cedar Hills city office building by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Voter Registration

Please be sure you are registered to vote! If you have changed your name or address, even within the city, it is necessary to re-register.

October 31, 2017: Last day a voter may register in person at the County Clerk’s office or online and vote in the General Election.

To register to vote in Utah you must:

  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Have resided in Utah at least 30 days immediately before the next election
  • Be at least 18 years old on or before the next election

If you are eligible to vote in Utah, you can visit www.vote.utah.gov to:

  • Register to vote
  • View and update your voter registration information
  • View a sample ballot 

 

Information about Past Municipal Elections (odd-numbered years)

 

2015 Municipal Elections

COVID-19 Update

Effective June 29, 2020, masks are required to be worn in all city buildings.

For information updates, please click the COVID-19 link on our home page.