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The following cities and districts only had one person per open seat file for office and therefore will be cancelling their election. Voters in those cities and districts will still receive a ballot for the school bond questions.

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The following candidates have filed for office:

Municipal Offices
Candidate Name Status
Farr West City Council-Cancelled
Boyd Ferrin Election Candidate
Matt Gwynn Election Candidate
Farr West City Mayor-Cancelled
Z. Lee Dickemore Election Candidate
Harrisville City Council 2 Year Term
Jake Schlegel Disqualified
Kevin Shakespeare Election Candidate
Grover Wilhelmsen Election Candidate
Harrisville City Council 4 Year Term
Clark Beecher Election Candidate
Jennifer Jensen Election Candidate
Jeffery H. Pearce Election Candidate
Austin Tracy Election Candidate
Harrisville City Mayor
Gary L. Robinson Election Candidate
Michelle N. Tait Election Candidate
Hooper City Council-Districts 1 & 2
Wes Davis Eliminated in Primary
Steven E. Dolatowski Eliminated in Primary
Chris Paulsen Election Candidate
Scott H. Scoffield Election Candidate
Hooper City Council-Districts 3 & 6
Chris J. Cave Election Candidate
Hooper City Council-Districts 4 & 5
Brad Ostler Election Candidate
Huntsville Town Council-Cancelled
Max S. Ferre Election Candidate
Wendy Hale McKay Election Candidate
Huntsville Town Mayor-Cancelled
James A. Truett Election Candidate
Marriott-Slaterville City Council - East
Delbert Hodson Election Candidate
Marriott-Slaterville City Council - West
Erin Holley Election Candidate
Marriott-Slaterville City Mayor
Stacy Palen Election Candidate
Scott Van Leeuwen Election Candidate
North Ogden City Council
Julie Anderson Election Candidate
Ryan Barker Election Candidate
Blake D. Cevering Election Candidate
Bruce P. Christensen Withdrew
Sara L. Fawson Election Candidate
Randy Winn Withdrew
North Ogden City Mayor
Brent R. Taylor Election Candidate
Ogden City At Large Seat A
Jacob Hale Eliminated in Primary
Jill McCullough (Barker) Eliminated in Primary
J. H. Thompson Eliminated in Primary
Lew A. Wheelwright Election Candidate
Marcia White Election Candidate
Ogden City At Large Seat B
Bart Blair Election Candidate
Xiomara C. Chinchilla Eliminated in Primary
Alexander Johnson Eliminated in Primary
Mary Khalaf Election Candidate
Lena Morgan Disqualified
Nelson Riches Eliminated in Primary
Ogden City Municipal Ward #1
Angela Choberka Election Candidate
Paul Rivers Election Candidate
Ogden City Municipal Ward #3
Neil Hansen Eliminated in Primary
Taylor Knuth Election Candidate
Doug Stephens Election Candidate
Plain City Council
Chad R. Allen Election Candidate
Todd L. Davis Election Candidate
Don Weston Election Candidate
Plain City Mayor
Jon D. Beesley Election Candidate
Bruce Higley Election Candidate
Pleasant View City Council
Nate Arrington Election Candidate
Jeff Bolingbroke Eliminated in Primary
David Chugg Election Candidate
Steven Gibson Election Candidate
Dale L. Roberts Election Candidate
Justin J. Urry Eliminated in Primary
Brian Weeks Eliminated in Primary
Pleasant View City Mayor
Leonard Call Election Candidate
Toby Mileski Election Candidate
Riverdale City Council
Brent Ellis Election Candidate
Gary E. Griffiths Election Candidate
Bart Stevens Election Candidate
Riverdale City Mayor
Norm Searle Election Candidate
Roy City Council
Jan Burrell Election Candidate
Chris Collins Election Candidate
Douglas Nandell Eliminated in Primary
Joe K. Paul Election Candidate
Brad Sawyer Eliminated in Primary
Bryon K. Saxton Election Candidate
Roy City Mayor
Steven "Big Al" Alan Cooper Eliminated in Primary
Willard S. Cragun Election Candidate
Robert E. Dandoy Election Candidate
Dave Tafoya Withdrew
South Ogden City Council
Adam Brinley Withdrew
Robert Higgs Election Candidate
Mike T. Howard Election Candidate
Jeremy D. Howe Eliminated in Primary
Wayne M. Smith Election Candidate
Susan Stewart Election Candidate
Jason Vandenberg Withdrew
Sandra Lee Wright Eliminated in Primary
South Ogden City Mayor
Sallee Orr Election Candidate
Russell L. Porter Election Candidate
Brandon Thompson Eliminated in Primary
Uintah City Council
Kristi Bell Election Candidate
Gordon S. Cutler Election Candidate
Gregory Johnson Election Candidate
Uintah City Mayor
Lawrence Flitton Election Candidate
Washington Terrace City Council-Cancelled
Larry D. Weir Election Candidate
Jeff West Election Candidate
Washington Terrace City Mayor-Cancelled
Mark C. Allen Election Candidate
West Haven City Council
Brian D. Baggs Eliminated in Primary
J. Rhett Bonham Eliminated in Primary
J. Evan Humble Eliminated in Primary
Randy Hunter Election Candidate
Nina Morse Election Candidate
Shawn L. Smith Election Candidate
Rob Vanderwood Election Candidate
West Haven City Mayor
Sharon A. Bolos Election Candidate
Dean J. Murray Election Candidate

Special Districts
Candidate Name Status
North View Fire District #1
Richard S. Hendrix Election Candidate
North View Fire District #2
Jeff Comeau Election Candidate
Rick L. Rasmussen Election Candidate
Phillip Swanson Election Candidate
North View Fire District #3
Mae M. Ferguson Election Candidate
North View Fire District At-Large
Carl D. Turner Election Candidate
Cameron West Election Candidate
Taylor West Weber Water Improvement District
Brandon Barrow Election Candidate
Larry L. Famuliner Election Candidate
Brent R. Fowers Election Candidate
Chad Gibson Election Candidate
Uintah Highlands Imrovement District Board of Trustee-Cancelled
Linda V. Hartman Election Candidate
Brent W. Innes Election Candidate
John P. Reeve Election Candidate
Weber Fire District
Bren Edwards Election Candidate
Kerry W. Gibson Election Candidate
Kevin Ward Election Candidate
Wolf Creek Water & Sewer Improvement District-Cancelled
Edward Adair Election Candidate
Larry McBride Election Candidate
School Districts

Ogden City School District Bond Question

Voter Information Pamphlet

Shall the Board of Education (the "Board") of Ogden City School District, Utah (the "District"), be authorized to issue General Obligation Bonds in an amount not to exceed One Hundred Six Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars
($106,500,000) (the "Bonds") for the purpose of paying all or a portion of the costs to purchase school sites, purchase or construct buildings, furnish schools or improve existing school property; said Bonds to be due and payable in not to exceed twenty-six (26) years from the date of issuance of the Bonds?

Property Tax Cost of Bonds: If the Bonds are issued as planned, (and without regard to the existing taxes currently paid for existing bonds that will reduce over time), an annual property tax to pay debt service on the Bonds will be required over a period of twenty (20) years in the estimated amount of $158.07 per year on a $167,000 residence
(primary) and in the estimated amount of $287.41 per year on a business property (and secondary residence) having the same value.

The District has other outstanding bonds for which a tax decrease would occur upon the retirement of such bonds which may not occur if the proposed Bonds are issued. However, these outstanding bonds reduce over time such that the incremental property tax burden due to the issuance of the proposed Bonds on residences and businesses within the District is expected to have no cumulative increase from current annual levels.

The foregoing information is only an estimate and is not a limit on the amount of taxes that the Board may be required to levy in order to pay debt service on the Bonds. The Board is obligated to levy taxes to the extent provided by law in order to pay the Bonds. The amounts are based on various assumptions and estimates, including estimated debt service on the Bonds and taxable values of property in the District.

FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS

AGAINST THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS

Weber School District

Weber School District Bond Question

Voter Information Pamphlet

Shall the Board of Education of Weber School District, Utah, be authorized to issue general obligation bonds
("Bonds") in an amount not to exceed $97,000,000 and to mature in no more than twenty-one (21) years from the date or dates of issuance of such Bonds for the purpose of raising money for constructing buildings, acquiring land and furnishings and remodeling and updating existing school property under the charge of the Board of Education, and, to the extent necessary, for providing moneys for the refunding, at or prior to the maturity thereof, of general obligation bonds of the Board authorized hereunder or heretofore issued and now outstanding?

PROPERTY TAX COST OF BONDS

If the Bonds are issued as planned, without regard to the taxes currently levied for outstanding bonds that will reduce over time, an annual property tax to pay debt service on the Bonds will be required over a period of 20 years in the estimated average amount of $41.54 on a $243,000 primary residence, and in the estimated average amount of
$75.57 on a business property having the same value.

Since there are other outstanding bonds, an otherwise scheduled tax decrease may not occur if these Bonds are issued.

However, such outstanding bonds reduce over time such that the average property tax due to the issuance of the proposed Bonds is expected to have a zero net increase ($0.00) from the current annual property tax levels after the Bonds are issued on both primary residences and businesses or secondary residences in the District.

The foregoing is only an estimate and is not a limit on the amount of taxes that the governing body may be required to levy in order to pay debt service on the Bonds. The governing body is obligated to levy taxes to the extent provided by law in order to pay the Bonds.

To vote in favor of the above bond issue, select the box immediately adjacent to the words "FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS." To vote against the bond issue, select the box immediately adjacent to the words "AGAINST THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS."

FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS

AGAINST THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS