Municipal elections will be finalized on Tuesday, November 3 in Logan and most of the other Cache County communities. Residents of each city will be casting their ballots for positions on their city council.
A Meet the Candidates forum for Logan City will be held on Tuesday, October 6th at 4 p.m. in Logan City Hall and moderated by KVNU host Jason Williams. The town-hall style event will last for one hour and will also be broadcast live on KVNU 610 AM/102.1 FM and streamed online at 610kvnu.com.
For Providence, a candidate debate will be held Tuesday, October 5 at 7 p.m. at Providence Elementary School. The debate will be moderated by KVNU’s Eric Frandsen, however it will not be broadcast live. A full audio recording of the event will be made available the following day.
Logan City Recorder Teresa Harris says Logan citizens will be voting by mail for the first time. For communities voting by mail, ballots will be mailed out on Monday, October 5. As with the other cities throughout the county conducting their elections with mail-in ballots, Harris says all the voter needs to do is mark the ballot, then place a stamp on the envelope and mail it back to the city.
In Logan four individuals are running for three open seats. They are incumbents Herm Olsen, Jeanie Simmonds and Karl Ward along with Tom Jensen. The election is non-partisan.
In Providence, six individuals are running for three open seats. No potential incumbents filed for reelection. The six candidates running for three seats are <span class=”first-paragraph”><span class=”paragraph-0″>Kirk Allen, Roy Sneddon, Sandra Checketts, Rowan Cecil, Jeffrey Turley, and Dennis Giles</span></span>.