2019 Primary Election Results

Logan, Providence and Nibley held primary elections for municipal council offices on August 13. Those candidates who advanced will participate in the general election coming up on November 5.

LOGAN

In Logan, only one candidate will not advance to the general election. Gary Poore received 579 total votes, but that was 382 votes behind the next closest candidate. The top six candidates advance. The unofficial candidate results in Logan are as follows:

  1. Mark Anderson: 2915, 25% of the total votes
  2. Jeannie Simmonds*: 2438, 21% of the total votes
  3. Tom Jensen*: 1973, 17% of the total votes
  4. Ken Heare: 1431, 13% of the total votes
  5. Keegan Garrity: 1139, 10% of the total votes
  6. Abraham Verdoes: 961, 8% of the total votes
  7. Gary Poore: 579, 5% of the total votes

Simmonds and Jensen are incumbent city council members. Less than 22% of registered voters in Logan participated in the Primary Election.

PROVIDENCE

In Providence, a total of three candidates were eliminated from the primary races. The top six advance to the general election for the 4-year council seats and the top two advance for the 2-year council seat. The unofficial candidate results for the 4-year council seats in Providence are as follows:

  1. Brent Speth: 927, 23.9% of the total votes
  2. Joshua Poulsen: 599, 15.4% of the total votes
  3. Ralph Daniels: 590, 15.2% of the total votes
  4. Carrie Kirk: 519, 13.4% of the total votes
  5. Frank Montoya, Jr: 440, 11.3% of the total votes
  6. John Mock: 310, 8% of the total votes
  7. Laura Banda: 292, 7.5% of the total votes
  8. Rowan Cecil: 205, 5.3% of the total votes

The unofficial results for the 2-year council seat in Providence is as follows:

  1. Don Calderwood: 661, 48.5% of the total votes
  2. Jeanell Sealy: 502, 36.8% of the total votes
  3. Blair Martin: 200, 14.7% of the total votes

NIBLEY

Nibley had the least amount of voter turnout in the primary election, with only 9% of registered voters casting a ballot. Only one candidate, Cierra Stout, will not advance to the general election in November. The vote totals are as follows:

  1. Kay Sweeten: 165, 23% of the total votes
  2. Nathan Laursen: 120, 17% of the total votes
  3. Tom Bernhardt*: 117, 16% of the total votes
  4. Tim Ramirez*: 116, 16% of the total votes
  5. Larry Jacobsen*: 104, 14% of the total votes
  6. C.J. Pink: 62, 9% of the total votes
  7. Cierra M. Stout: 42, 8% of the total votes

Bernhardt, Ramirez and Jacobsen are incumbent city council members.

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