BOUNTIFUL — If you’re a Republican living in Bountiful’s District 19 House of Representatives area, now’s your time to vote.
You can also cast your ballot to narrow down the candidates running for Davis School District School Board. Elections will be held for Districts 3 and 5. These candidates run unaffiliated with any party.
In District 3, which represents the Farmington, Centerville and Kaysville area, there are six candidates. That list will be narrowed to the top two vote getters who will square off in the general election this fall.
In District 5 and District 6, there are two candidates each seeking those posts.
Many candidates for House of Representatives seats have opponents, but only District 19 has two Republican candidates, necessitating an election. The winner will face the Democratic candidate in the general election.
The Davis County Commission Seat A incumbent Bret Millburn is facing Republican Brian Muir. Whoever wins of the two Republicans will go against Democrat Steven J. Andersen this fall.
Seat B of the commission race was won by a 60 percent-plus margin in the Republican Convention by Jim Smith, who will face a Democratic and Constitution Party candidate this fall.
The same holds true for many of the House and State Senate races, as well as federal races for House of Representatives, Districts 1 and 2.
This election and in the fall, voters have the option of voting my mail. Ballots were mailed out several weeks ago and are being received at the Clerk/Auditor’s office.
By mail ballots must be postmarked by midnight, June 23 to be eligible for inclusion in the election count.
Those wishing to visit a vote center and cast their ballot the traditional way, using a voting machine, may do so on Tuesday, June 24, the official Primary Election day.
Vote centers are at the South Branch Library, 725 S. Main in Bountiful; Centerville Branch Library, 45 S. 400 West, North Branch Library in Clearfield, 562 S. 1000 East; Farmington City Community Center, 120 S. Main; Kaysville City Hall, 23 E. Center and Syracuse Community Center, 1912 W. 1900 South.
In addition, voters may place their completed ballots in boxes at each of the 15 city halls or go to the Clerk/Auditor’s Office, 61 S. Main, Farmington, during business hours, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday through 8 p.m. on election day, June 24.