2018 Election Results

Voters crowded into the Cache County Administration Building Tuesday some to cast their vote and others to register then cast their vote.

These results are unofficial until canvassed by Cache County and state election officials. Races without challengers are not included. Races will be updated as more information becomes available.

Local Elections

Cache County Council Southeast District

(R) Gordon Zilles* 4697 votes – 75.71%

(D) Rebecca Winstead 1507 votes – 24.29%

Cache County Council Logan District #3

(R) Paul Borup 1315 votes – 54.03%

(D) Jennifer Roark 1119 votes – 45.97%

Cache County Council Northeast District

(R) Gina Worthen* 4198 votes – 74.05%

(D) Shannon Rhodes 1471 votes – 25.95%

Cache County Board of Education District #4

Randall Bagley* 1534 votes – 62.89%

Shellie Giddings 905 votes – 37.11%

Logan City Board of Education District #5

Larry Williams 884 votes – 52.84%

Sara Menlove Doutre 789 votes – 47.16%

Cache Water District Board Logan #3

Herm Olsen* 1503 votes – 70.96%

Jonathan Kirby 615 votes – 29.04%

Cache Water District Board At-Large

Brett Roper 12,014 votes – 49.58%

Kirt Lindley 12,216 votes – 50.42%%

Rich County School Board #3

Eric Delmas Wamsley 173 votes – 60.07%

Monty G. Weston 115 votes – 39.93%

Rich County School Board #4

Cyndi Caldwell 99 votes –¬†52.94%

Bryce Huefner 88 votes – 47.06%

Rich County School Bond

For 618 votes – 57.12%

Against 464 votes – 42.88%

Box Elder County Commissioner Seat B

(R) Jeffrey D. Scott 14,345 votes – 81.89%

(D) Seth Durfee 3173 votes – 18.11%

Box Elder County School Board District 7

Karen Cronin 1584 votes – 58.24%

Scott Butler 1136 votes – 41.76%

State Offices

State Senate District 17

(R) Scott Sandall 26,728 votes – 78.07%

(D) Michael Keil 7510 votes – 21.93%

State House District 1

(R) Joel Ferry 7467 votes – 73.33%

(D) Josh Hardy 1740 votes – 17.09%

(CON) Sherry Phipps 976 votes – 9.58%

State House District 3

(R) Val Potter* 9142 votes – 77.59%

(D) Marilyn Mecham 2640 votes – 22.41%

State House District 4

(R) Dan Johnson 4961 votes – 62.68%

(D) Josh Brundage 2954 votes – 37.32%

State House District 5

(R) Casey Snider 9358 votes – 76.45%

(D) Karina Andelin Brown 2882 votes – 23.55%

State Board of Education District 1

Jennie Earl 29,735 votes – 60.42%

Terryl Warner* 19,475 votes – 39.58%

State Constitution / Question / Propositions

Constitutional Amendment A

For 657,619 votes – 78.64%

Against 178,667 votes – 21.36%

Constitutional Amendment B

For 231,513 votes – 27.64%

Against 605,435 votes – 72.34%

Constitutional Amendment C

For 525,099 votes – 63.25%

Against 305,123 votes – 36.75%

Non-binding Opinion Question #1

For 295,379 votes – 34.03%

Against 572,709 votes – 65.97%

Proposition #2

For 462,673 votes – 52.75%

Against 414,382 votes – 47.25%

Proposition #3

For 461,338 votes – 53.63%

Against 398,903 votes – 46.37%

Proposition #4

For 423,469 votes – 50.27%

Against 418,850 votes – 49.73%

Federal Offices

U.S. Senate

(R) Mitt Romney 548,780 votes – 62.65%

(D) Jenny Wilson 272,885 votes – 31.15%

(CON) Tim Aalders 23,543 votes – 2.69%

(LIB) Craig Bowden 20,933 votes – 2.39%

(IAP) Reed McCandless 9806 votes – 1.12%

U.S. House District 1

(R) Rob Bishop* 148,296 votes – 62.25%

(D) Lee Castillo 58,025 votes – 24.36%

(UUP) Eric Eliason 27,664 votes – 11.61%

(GRN) Adam Davis 4247 votes – 1.78%

 

*indicates Incumbent

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