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Election line and voting2023 Municipal General Election

The 2023 Midvale City Municipal General Election will be held on November 21, 2023, to elect three City Council Members. The original election dates were changed by the State of Utah to accommodate a special election to fill the vacancy in the 2nd Congressional District. 

2023 Municipal General Election Canvass Report

Sample Ballots

Sample Ballots are attached for the following open positions on the Midvale City Council (all seats are a four-year terms) and the Local Questions regarding the Midvale City, Utah Special Bond Election:

District 1 – Council Member Candidates & Special Bond Election
Sample Ballot
Ben Umeadi
Bonnie Billings
Dustin Snow

District 2 – Council Member Candidates & Special Bond Election
Sample Ballot
Paul Glover

District 3 – Council Member Candidates & Special Bond Election
Sample Ballot*  
Heidi Robinson
Evan Feinberg
Bart Benson

District 4 and 5 - Special Bond Election/No Council Member Candidates
Sample Ballot

*Note: Due to the disqualification of Tammy J. Garcia, any votes cast for Tammy J. Garcia in Council District 3 in Midvale City will not be counted. Midvale City has opted for Ranked Choice Voting as its election process, and consequently, any ballots with Tammy J. Garcia as the first choice will be immediately transferred to the voter's second choice as per the established electoral procedures.

Midvale City Council District Map

2023 Municipal Election Official Candidate List 

Campaign Financial Disclosure Statements

Ranked Choice Voting

A ranked-choice voting system (RCV) is an electoral system in which voters rank candidates by preference on their ballots. If a candidate wins a majority of first-preference votes, he or she is declared the winner. If no candidate wins a majority of first-preference votes, the candidate with the fewest first-preference votes is eliminated. First-preference votes cast for the failed candidate are eliminated, lifting the second-preference choices indicated on those ballots. A new tally is conducted to determine whether any candidate has won a majority of the adjusted votes. The process is repeated until a candidate wins an outright majority.

Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote? Use the Salt Lake County Voter Information Look-Up Tool to check your voter registration details, see current elected officials, and view sample ballots.

There are several ways to register to vote - Online, Mail-in, In-person, and Same Day.

The 2023 Municipal Election will be held on November 21, 2023. Learn about important Municipal Election Dates and Deadlines on the Salt Lake County Clerk's website.

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