Municipal election results: Washington, Iron, Kane counties

Ed. note: As of 11:45 p.m., results for the Hurricane, LaVerkin and Enterprise municipal elections, and some results for the Proposition 9 special bond election have not been released. Please check back tomorrow for updates on those elections.

Updated Nov. 6, 8:55 a.m. – Hurricane and LaVerkin results confirmed and added.

Updated Nov. 6, 10:50 a.m. – All results have been confirmed and added. The list is now complete.

SOUTHERN UTAH – Election results for Washington, Iron and Kane counties, as reported by election officials for Tuesday’s election, are set forth below. All results are subject to canvass and certification. This report will be updated as results come in; be sure to check back in throughout the night.

Washington County 

Washington County School District – Special Bond Election – Proposition 9

  • No – 10,206 votes
  • Yes – 11,834 votes

Ed. note:  Proposition 9 results listed below certain municipalities below reflect the votes tallied for the respective municipality; they are included in the above numbers.  While Toquerville did not hold a candidate election, Toquerville voters, Washington County did provide a voting precinct for those voters to vote on the school bond.  Similarly, Leeds did not hold a candidate election, but those voters were provided a ballot-by-mail from the County.  Those results are included in the tallies given.

Apple Valley

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Richard Moser (incumbent) – 88 votes

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Trevor Black (incumbent) – 102 votes
  • Judith Davis – 65 votes
  • Margaret Ososki – 53 votes
  • Dale Kingsley (incumbent) – 51 votes

Proposition 9 – Apple Valley votes

  • No – 99 votes
  • Yes – 43 votes

Enterprise

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Lee Bracken (incumbent) – 275 votes
  • Write-in – 41 votes

City Council (2 seats)

  • Shalyn Nelson (incumbent) – 248 votes
  • Barry L. Jones – 175 votes
  • Ronald Lehm (incumbent) – 163 votes
  • Write-in – 27 votes

Proposition 9 – Enterprise votes

  • No – 167 votes
  • Yes – 155 votes

Hildale

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Philip C. Barlow – 194 votes

City Council 4-year term (2 seats)

  • Carlos S. Jessop – 188 votes
  • Edwin Marion Barlow – 180 votes
  • Lee Steed – 14 votes

City Council 2-year term (unopposed race)

  • Carvel Nielsen – 193 votes

Proposition 9 – Hildale votes

  • No – 166 votes
  • Yes – 13 votes

Hurricane

Mayor

  • John Bramall – 1,263 votes
  • Martin D. Cain – 965 votes

City Council 4-year term (2 seats)

  • Kevin D. Tervort (incumbent) – 1,328
  • Matthew Bell – 416
  • Ethelyn Humphries –  1,142
  • Darin D. Larson – 1,263 votes

Proposition 9 – Hurricane votes

  • No – 1,043 votes
  • Yes – 1,147 votes

LaVerkin

Mayor

  • Kerry Gubler – 437 votes
  • Ann E Wixom – 251 votes

City Council (2 seats)

  • Chantelle Mertlich Browning – 400 votes
  • Kenneth Edwin Hooten – 363 votes
  • Ray Justice – 327 votes
  • Darwin DeMille – 174 votes

Proposition 9 – LaVerkin votes

  • No –  344 votes
  • Yes – 325 votes

Leeds

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Wayne Peterson

Town Council (unopposed race)

  • Ronald P. Cundik
  • Angela Rohr

As all races were unopposed, Leeds did not hold a candidate election. Bond election was conducted by Washington County by vote-by-mail ballot.

New Harmony

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Joel D. Webster (incumbent) – 65 votes

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Lowell D. Prince (incumbent) – 62 votes
  • Bruce Gardiner (incumbent) – 49 votes
  • Frederick Scott Pace – 23 votes

Proposition 9 – New Harmony votes

  • No – 52 votes
  • Yes – 16 votes

Rockville

Mayor

  • Tracy Dutson – 71 votes
  • Steve Cox – 57 votes

Town Council 4-year term (2 seats)

  • Pamela Leach (incumbent) – 107 votes
  • Bernie M. Harris (incumbent) – 76 votes

Town Council 2-year term

  • Max Gregoric – 69 votes
  • Kim Konikow – 16 votes

Proposition 9 – Rockville votes

  • No – 82 votes
  • Yes – 41 votes

Springdale

Mayor

  • Stanley J. Smith – 117 votes
  • Mark Chambers – 109 votes

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Bill Weyher – 186 votes
  • Adrian Player (incumbent) – 171 votes
  • Jack Fotheringham – 33 votes

Proposition 9 – Springdale votes

  • No – 122 votes
  • Yes – 99 votes

St. George 

Mayor

Jon Pike 7991 (61%)
Daniel D. McArthur 5067 (38.68%)
Write-in 30 41 (0.31%)

 

City Council

Tara Dunn 5319 (22.2%)
Michele Randall 7624 (31.82%)
Joe Bowcutt 5645 (23.56%)
Ed Baca 5311 (22.17%)
Write-in 150 58 (0.24%

 

Washington City 

Mayor

Sherrie Lou Reeder 1168 (45.15%)
Kenneth Neilson 1410 (54.5%)
Write-in 40 9 (0.35%

 

City Council

Thad D. Seegmiller 1409 (29.86%)
Daylene Mary Ure 1136 (24.08%)
Garth E. Nisson 1233 (26.13%)
Bill Hudson 923 (19.56%)
Write-in 80 17 (0.36%)

 

Ivins 

Mayor

Chris Hart 1043 (96.4%)
Write-in 20 39 (3.6%)

 

City Council

Crystal Lewis 503 (24.44%)
Steven L. Roberts 787 (38.24%)
Cheyne C. McDonald 754 (36.64%)
Write-in 50 14 (0.68%)

 

Santa Clara 

Mayor

Rick Rosenberg 802 (97.57%)
Write-in 20 20 (2.43%)

 

City Council

Kenneth Sizemore 566 (36.26%)
Gary Stephen Allred 351 (22.49%)
Jerry Amundsen 622 (39.85%)
Write-in 50 22 (1.41%)

 

Toquerville

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • M. Darrin LeFevre (incumbent)

Town Council (unopposed race)

  • Brad R. Langston (incumbent)
  • Mark Fahrenkamp (incumbent)

Note: As all races were unopposed, Toquerville did not hold a candidate election. Washington County conducted the bond election through a Toquerville voting precinct.

Virgin

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • J. Bruce Densley – 140 votes

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Jay W. Lee – 103 votes
  • Jean Marie Krause (incumbent) – 85 votes
  • Larry Amodt – 83 votes
  • Linda Collet – 79 votes

Proposition 9 – Virgin votes

  • No – 107 votes
  • Yes – 62 votes

Iron County

Brian Head

Mayor

  •  H.C. “Dutch” Deutschlander (incumbent) – 32 votes – 55.17%
  • Jim Ortler – 26 votes – 44.83%
  • Write-in – 0 votes – 0.00%

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Clayton Calloway – 51 votes – 46.79%
  • Reece Wilson – 30 votes – 27.52%
  • David “Sky” Bourne – 26 votes – 23.85%
  • Write-in – 2 votes – 1.83%

Cedar City

Mayor

  • Maile Wilson – 2,175 votes – 55.97%
  • John Black – 1,685 votes – 43.36%
  • Write-in – 26 votes – 0.67%

City Council (2 seats)

  • Fred C. Rowley – 2,019 votes – 27.98%
  • Ron Adams (incumbent) – 1,934 votes – 26.81%
  • Scott Jolley – 1,710 votes – 23.70%
  • Darin “Dutch” Workman – 1,511 votes – 20.94%
  • Write-in – 41 votes – 0.57%

Enoch

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Robert A. Rasmussen (incumbent) – 815 votes – 71.68%
  • Write-in – 322 votes – 28.32%

City Council (2 seats)

  • Gary D. Wilcken – 632 votes – 27.16%
  • Steven W. Johnson – 616 votes – 26.47%
  • John Banks (incumbent) – 540 votes – 23.21
  • Rick Bonzo (incumbent) – 524 votes – 22.52%
  • Write-in – 15 votes – 0.64%

Paragonah

Mayor (unopposed race)

  • Constance B. Robinson (incumbent) – 103 votes – 68.67%
  • Write-in – 47 votes – 31.33%

Town Council

  • Earl L. Olsen – 135 votes – 42.19%
  • Joseph Mark Barton – 105 votes – 32.81%
  • Keith Eric Walker – 43 votes – 13.44%
  • Florene Barton – 34 votes – 10.63%
  • Write-in – 3 votes – 0.94%

Parowan

Mayor

  • Donald G. Landes (incumbent) – 461 votes – 65.58%
  • Write-in – 242 votes – 34.42%

City Council (2 seats)

  • Ben A. Johnson – 485 votes – 34.97%
  • Steven Thayer – 424 votes – 3.57%
  • Dennis Gaede (incumbent) – 281 votes – 20.26%
  • John C. Robertson – 191 votes – 13.77%
  • Write-in – 6 votes – 0.43%

Kane County

Kane County School District Board of Education – Local Levy Tax Election – Proposition 1

  • No – 744 votes – 50.24%
  • Yes – 737 votes – 49.76%

Big Water

Mayor

  • David W. Schmuker – 136 votes – 70.83%
  • Heather L. Rankin – 56 votes – 29.17%

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Merle H. Graffam – 129 votes – 35.93%
  • Anthony “Tony” Shanklin – 114 votes – 31.75%
  • Michelle Tenney – 59 votes – 16.43%
  • Jennie Lassen (incumbent) – 57 votes – 15.88%

Glendale

Mayor

  • Dan Spencer – 106 votes – 79.10%
  • Raleigh Franklin – 26 votes – 19.40%

Town Council (2 seats)

  • Jarad Judd Brinkerhoff – 97 votes – 41.28%
  • Deone Baird – 63 vote- 26.81%
  • Rhonda Franklin – 34 votes – 14.47%

Kanab

Mayor

  • Robert Houston – 584 votes – 77.87%
  • Nina Laycook (incumbent) – 166 votes – 22.13%

City Council (2 seats)

  • Brent Chamberlain – 608 votes – 46.45%
  • Kent A. Burggraaf – 474 votes – 36.21%
  • Jim Sorenson (incumbent) – 224 votes – 17.11%

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22 Comments

  • Brett November 5, 2013 at 10:29 pm

    I think you meant Washington and Kane counties…..you ignored Iron County.

  • Outsider November 5, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    The voters have spoken! Maybe the welder with no title should have listened to us outsiders instead of disregarding us since we’re not from dixie.

    • Local November 5, 2013 at 10:51 pm

      I’m more concerned that he disregarded us longtime locals and sold us out. I think he’s forgotten what Dixie means. And as far as Code Enforcement goes, he has at LEAST 100 violations on his own property, but somehow that gets overlooked.

      • Outsider November 6, 2013 at 8:35 am

        I remember at the meetings for naming the University, he commented about outsiders bringing their hate and prejudices to St George. The growth of St George is due to outsiders coming here. We have a voice in the direction of this city; we have jobs here, we own property here, we pay taxes… this is our city, too. Notice that Pike won by a huge percentage of the votes? He probably got a huge percentage of “outsider” votes, because outsiders knew that Dixie Dan wasn’t listening to them (or anyone else for that matter).

  • Dancin' November 5, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    There will be dancin’ in the streets for the new mayor. That is if he legalizes it.

  • East of St George November 5, 2013 at 10:57 pm

    SO does this mean that HURRICANE does not exist or is not important enough for a call to them to get the results?

    • Joyce Kuzmanic Joyce Kuzmanic November 5, 2013 at 11:41 pm

      It’s a tough one, “East of St. George” – Hurricane, LaVerkin and Enterprise have not published or communicated election results to us or to the Washington County clerk. We can’t report what they don’t provide. Check back in the morning?
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  • carrnel November 5, 2013 at 11:27 pm

    Nice going St. George its about time. What about prop #9? Was that a win also?

  • Megan November 5, 2013 at 11:28 pm

    No Hurricane/Laverkin?

    • Joyce Kuzmanic Joyce Kuzmanic November 5, 2013 at 11:46 pm

      No Hurricane, LaVerkin and Enterprise tonight it seems, Megan. Those three have not published or communicated election results to us or to the Washington County clerk. We can’t report what they don’t provide. On a positive note, we did just update with New Harmony and Virgin results in. 🙂 Check back in the morning?
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      • Megan November 6, 2013 at 12:15 am

        Much appreciation for your update and further info. 😉

  • DoubleTap November 6, 2013 at 8:01 am

    Now that the welder “without” a title is a common citizen…..will he be held to the code enforcement standards he instituted? If he were fined for all the violations on his properties, there would be a nice chunk of change being due to the city right there alone.
    Come on code enforcement….do your job!
    On another note, now that there is a new Mayor…..will there be new city administration changes as well, i.e., new city manager and asst. manager to start with? Pike would do well to listen to the citizens of St. George commencing NOW.

    • Outsider November 6, 2013 at 8:36 am

      Maybe he will receive multiple citations and be subjected to harassment and thousands of dollars in fines. Then he should be forced to perform community service, such as cleaning up dog poop at the animal shelter.

  • dixielambs November 6, 2013 at 8:20 am

    Didn’t Hurricane have an election too? They must be keeping their results secret????

  • Wilhelm November 6, 2013 at 8:25 am

    Looks like Prop 9 will probably fly. That’s a big **** check that we’ll be eating for YEARS. Based on the lavish expansion of the Hurricane high school, I doubt that frugality will win the day when it comes time for the gleeful spenders at the school district to spend anew.

    • Sports November 6, 2013 at 11:56 am

      Be prepared to pay through the nose for high school sports. Bet you the city will solicit you for more education funding in the near future. An increase in sales tax would be a more equitable distribution of paying for said “educational” needs. Look how St George changed how what its tax dollars were going for, such as paying $1M for an old building that should have been sold on the open market.

  • Sweet Jude November 6, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    The biggest disappointment is that some people define “hypocrite” the wrong way. The way it goes, those who call others hypocrites are the real hypocrites themselves. And why all this whining about petty code enforcement? Just follow the law, and abide by the rules. The simple fact that you gripe and moan about someone taking a few minutes to search your property shows that you have something to hide. Face it, flat out. The more you resist, the more miserable you become.

    As for Prop 9, what a waste of money. We don’t need more technology to enslave and addict our youngest generation. They have plenty of free time at home playing video games. What really needs to happen is everyone should use more self-discipline by disconnecting. It’s all about TIME being spent together with our families. Unfortunately, not even the best, most descent people can understand this.

    • Concerned November 7, 2013 at 5:06 pm

      We live in a technological world. If our students are going to prepare for the future they need to be tech savy. Text books cost at up to $80 dollars for one book. Try buying one for every student in every high school for every subject. Not to mention that text books are outdated so rapidly. The district would like to go paperless and get students small tablets. One little tablet could have all text books, assignments and every thing they need for school. It will not only save our environment but save millions in paper and the price of outdated text books. Prop 9 is a smart leap toward the future and our children’s future. There are some amazing applications that encourage and inspire students. It opens their minds to unpresidented heights. You don’t know how high you can soar unless you have the ability to do so.

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