Friday, August 30, 2019

Highland City 2019 Primary Election Summary

2019 Election ResultsI first want to thank all those who took the time and made the effort to run for city council. Running for office requires a lot of work. While not everyone who run gets to serve in office, all candidates meet new people, learn more about how the city operates, and gain a better understanding of the community they live in. In my book all candidates were winners! Congratulations to those who are continuing (Brittney, Kim, Tim, Doug, Ken, and Wayne). They now have the opportunity to meet more people and learn more about the city. Good luck to all.

Below are a few charts of the election results for the city and a chart showing the turnout for cities in the county. Congratulations to the Highland 2nd precinct for having the best turnout (29.8%). Highland 7th (29.4%) and 5th (28.9%) were a close 2nd and 3rd.

Below is a Highland City precinct map. Click it to enlarge

2019-08-30 Highland Voter Precincts

Click to enlarge the official election results which the city council certified on August 27th. 52 ballots were not accepted because they were mailed too late. In the future please remember you can use the election drop box at city hall up to 8 PM on the day of the election but if you choose to use the US postal service it must be postmarked the day before the election.

2019-08-27 Office Primary Results

Links to Utah County 2019 Primary election information:


  1. Thank you for sharing this excellent information in a way this is appealing and informative!

  2. This is really great information and I like seeing the numbers by precinct. It's also interesting to see that both Highland and Lehi are below the county average for turnout. I'm curious to know if Alpine is higher or lower. I'm going to share this information with others. Thanks again for sharing it.

  3. The cities listed were the only ones that had primaries in the county. Alpine did not have more than six candidates for city council so they did not need a primary. Cedar Hills only had three candidates file for the three city council seats that were open so they won't even have a general election.


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