Updated: 2016 primary election results

Vote sign outside of the Washington County Administrative Building, St. George, Utah, June 28, 2016 | Mori Kessler, St. George News

SOUTHERN UTAH – These numbers are the official canvas results for Utah’s 2016 primary election as of July 11 for Iron and Washington counties.

 

Governor’s race

GARY R. HERBERT, SPENCER J. COX REPUBLICAN 71.77% 173807
JONATHAN JOHNSON, ROBYN BAGLEY REPUBLICAN 28.23% 68379

U.S. Senate

MISTY K SNOW DEMOCRATIC 59.39% 28826
JONATHAN SWINTON DEMOCRATIC 40.61% 19707

State Board of Education 15 (Washington and Iron Counties)

MICHELLE BOULTER 35.85% 7419
WESLEY J CHRISTIANSEN 24.56% 5082
SCOTT F. SMITH 22.58% 4673
R. NEIL WALTER 17.01% 3519

Congressional District 3

JASON CHAFFETZ REPUBLICAN 78.65% 46873
CHIA-CHI TENG REPUBLICAN 21.35% 12721

State House 75

WALT BROOKS REPUBLICAN 57.29% 2232
STEVEN D. KEMP REPUBLICAN 42.71% 1664

Washington County Races

County Commission Seat C

DEAN COX REPUBLICAN 50.47% 7212
GIL ALMQUIST REPUBLICAN 49.53% 7078

County School Board District 1

BECKY DUNN 48.67% 1059
RICHELLE H. NELSON 22.29% 485
BRIAN LEE BECKSTROM 11.53% 251
KYLE L. WILSON 11.12% 242
EVAN JOHNSON 06.39% 139

County School Board District 3

TERRY L. HUTCHINSON 39.63% 1078
DEBBRA ZOCKOLL 36.47% 992
SUSI LAFAELE 23.90% 650

Iron County Races

County Commission Seat A

MICHAEL P. BLEAK REPUBLICAN 56.30% 2885
CASEY O. ANDERSON REPUBLICAN 43.70% 2239

County Commission Seat C

ALMA L. ADAMS REPUBLICAN 40.03% 2099
SAM BROWER REPUBLICAN 30.76% 1613
JODY EDWARDS REPUBLICAN 29.20% 1531

All results are primarily and subject to change at final canvasing by July 11.

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2 Comments

  • Lastdays June 29, 2016 at 7:03 am

    Nobody on this list of candidates feels more bummed out right now than Jonathan Swinton.
    The guy got beat by a dude dressed…………. unlike a guy would dress.
    A kind of unflattering, unattractive, frumpy sort of fashion statement so to speak.
    Thanks Utah for keeping things interesting in politics.

  • Jeannette July 1, 2016 at 11:35 pm

    My husband and I were sent ballots for “undeclared.” We registered Republican to vote during the caucus. The County is very slow and getting things right. After we sent the ballots in some time back, we received a corrected one with a note that the County sent the wrong ballot to many voters. This last ballot came maybe a week ago? The note also said if we could only vote one ballot. The original one for “undeclared” or whatever came way before the corrected ballot was sent out by the County. WHAT? This meant we could not vote for the candidates!

    Something is wrong with the Primary in Washington County! If this happened elsewhere in the State, maybe we need a new and correct ballot sent to those who vote by mail and redo the whole mail-in ballot thing? Or perhaps they should just do the whole thing over anyway? What happened to us is not right and needs to come to the attention of someone who cares . . who would care, who do I notify?

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