Primary municipal election results are in

ST. GEORGE – The preliminary results of municipalities in Washington and Iron counties have been reported and candidate fields have been narrowed. The surviving candidates who advance will ultimately face off in the Nov. 7 general election.

Primary Election Results

Washington County

St. George – City Council

Michele Randall

2,738

30.33 percent

Joe Bowcutt

1,806

23.03 perent

Gregg McArthur

1,233

15.73 percent

Greg Aldred

1,002

12.78 percent

Marc Stallings

731

9.32 percent

Bryan Thiriot

691

8.81 percent

Washington City – City Council

Kurt Ivie

650

24.7 percent

Garth Nisson

603

22.7 percent

Douglas Ward

591

22.2 percent

Daniel Cluff

573

21.6 percent

Doug Dennett

241

9.1 percent

Enterprise – Mayoral race

Brandon Guy Humphries

165

Calvin J. Barlocker

112

Jared J. Bollinger

50

Virgin – Town Council

Lori Rose

136

26.61 percent

Lee Ballard

131

25.64 percent

Kevin Stout

117

22.9 percent

Jay W. Lee

88

17.22 percent

J. Bruce Densley

23

4.5 percent

B. LeRoy Thompson (Withdrew)

16

3.13 percent

Iron County

Cedar City – City Council

R. Scott Phillips

2,139

37.17 percent

Bruce S. Hughes

1,133

19.69 percent

Ron Adams

1,218

21.16 percent

Scott Johnson

311

5.40 percent

Rich Gillette

560

9.73 percent

Andrew McAffee

394

6.85 percent

Cedar Highlands – Mayoral race

Steven C. Swann

39

65 percent

Julie Brask

15

25 percent

Ben Rich Jordan

6

10 percent

Jim Hilton

0

0.00 percent

Kanarraville – Town Board

John W. Batty

60

26.20 percent

Randy D. Williams

49

21.40 percent

Keith Williams

44

19.21 percent

Betty Ann Gould

40

17.47 percent

Brandon Jonsson

36

15.72 percent

Parowan – Mayoral race

Preston B. Griffiths

301

44.07 percent

Donald G. Landes

149

21.82 percent

Steven Thayer

138

20.20 percent

Dennis G. Gaede

95

13.91 percent

St. George News reporter Tracie Sullivan contributed to this post.

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Twitter: @MoriKessler

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7 Comments

  • Not_So_Much August 16, 2017 at 7:05 am

    St George hope you are ready for more of the same. Sad.

    • mesaman August 16, 2017 at 11:59 am

      Waa, waa, loser.

      • desertgirl August 16, 2017 at 12:23 pm

        That’s your best? You and people like you are why government is such a huge phenomenal mess. Lack of intellect and common sense.

        • comments August 16, 2017 at 3:15 pm

          What’s ironic is that he lives off gov’t socialism. He’s an ornery old loon.

      • Not_So_Much August 16, 2017 at 2:10 pm

        When the Lake Powell pipeline IS built for $2,$3 or $4 BILLION and there are homes and people everywhere making the air polluted then please tell me I’m the loser.

  • desertgirl August 16, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    Well, like pretty much across the country, the same inept people will be in office for another term. Don’t complain when you don’t like the same o same o if you voted for them.

  • izzymuse August 19, 2017 at 11:32 pm

    Hey, want more people to vote? Change the time for primary elections!!! Excuses aside, this is the worst time of the year to hold any voting or elections for those of us with families, getting children ready for new school year, and all the stress financially of taking care of other living needs (especially living in this area which is known for low wages and high cost of living, etc. etc.).
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    After long work days and all the everyday “busyness” of this time of year for families with children in school this is a crappy time of year. Solution: CHANGE THE DATE FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONS TO THE END OF JUNE OR JULY!

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