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r These general election numbers were taken from unofficial elections results posted on utahcounty.gov as tabulated by 8:00 p.m. on November 7. Ballots will continue to be counted and the next update from Utah County is expected Thursday at 3 p.m.r

Springville

rMayor

Richard Child – 2,493

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Craig Conover – 1,495

City Council (2 seats)

Michael Snelson – 2,315

Craig L. Jensen – 2,258

Brett Nelson – 2,137

Gene Stulce – 521r

Spanish Fork

rMayor

Steve Leifson – 2,601

Chad Argyle – 1,564

City Council (2 seats)

Mike Mendenhall – 3,093

Keir A. Scoubes – 2,620

Dennis R. Sorensen – 1,753r

Payson

rMayor

Bill Wright – 1,842

Mike Hardy – 712

City Council (2 seats)

Brett Christensen – 1,280

Taresa Hiatt – 1,184

Larry Skinner – 1,143

Scott Phillips – 1,098r

Santaquin

rMayor

Kirk F. Hunsaker – 921

City Council (2 seats)

Betsy Montoya – 535

Nick Miller – 522

David Hathaway – 495

Tina M. Farnsworth – 326

Special Bond Election

No – 640

Yes – 371r

Elk Ridge

rMayor

Ty Ellis – 286

Melanie Hoover – 179

City Council 4 year term (2 seats)

Jared Peterson – 400

David Jean II – 30

City Council 2 year term

Paul Crook – 223

JT Webster – 206r

Mapleton

rMayor

Dallas Hakes – 1,303

Brian Wall – 757

City Council

Reid Carlson – 1,258

Jim F. Lundberg – 1,209

Therin Garrett – 980

Proposition 9

No – 1,297

Yes – 752r

Salem

rMayor

Kurt Christensen – 882

Soren K. Christensen – 637

Joshua Wilford Thayer – 21

Salem City Council (2 seats)

Sterling Rees – 1,027

Howard Chuntz – 588

Time Degraw – 503

Garrett McLean Jones – 476r

Woodland Hills

rResults not available

Wendy Pray – Mayoral Candidate

David Pratt – City Council Candidate

Dorel Kyansaston – City Council Candidate

Paul MacArthur – City Council Candidater

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