2019 Municipal Election Results in Cache County

Logan resident Roger Ensign drops his ballot into the box in front of Cache County Building Tuesday.

The following results for municipal council races will be updated throughout the evening. Candidates in bold indicate they have won. Check back frequently for updates as vote tallies are released throughout the many communities in our area.

Logan City

The top three candidates are elected to the Logan City Municipal Council for 4-year terms.

  • Mark Anderson: 3796
  • Jeannie Simmonds*: 3173
  • Tom Jensen*: 2522
  • Ken Heare: 2102
  • Keegan Garrity: 2081
  • Abraham Verdoes: 1296

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 23.5% of registered Logan City voters participated in the November General Election.

Providence

The top three candidates are elected to the Providence City Council 4-year seats.

  • Brent Speth: 1,208
  • Joshua Poulsen: 928
  • Ralph Daniels: 850
  • Carrie Kirk: 882
  • Frank Montoya, Jr: 644
  • John Mock: 515

The top candidate is elected to the Providence City Council for a 2-year seat.

  • Don Calderwood: 811
  • Jeanell Sealy: 981

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 45% of registered Providence City voters participated in the November General Election.

Nibley

The top three candidates are elected to the Nibley City Council for 4-year terms.

  • Kay Sweeten: 425
  • Nathan Laursen: 334
  • Tom Bernhardt*: 315
  • Tim Ramirez*: 285
  • Larry Jacobsen*: 260

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 18% of registered Nibley voters participated in the November General Election.

Smithfield

The top three candidates are elected to the Smithfield City Council for 4-year terms.

  • Bart Caley*: 428
  • Curtis Wall*: 514
  • Jon Wells: 622
  • Deon Gibbons Hunsaker*: 487

River Heights

The top three candidates are elected to the River Heights City Council for 4-year terms.

  • Chris Cannon: 92
  • Sharlie Gallup: 164
  • Chris Millbank: 206
  • Robert Scott*: 113
  • Blake Wright*: 259

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 25% of registered River Heights voters participated in the November General Election.

North Logan

Mayoral candidate: 2 year term

  • Damon Cann: 673

The top three candidates are elected to the North Logan City Council for 4-year terms.

  • Roger Anderson*: 547
  • Sarah Bacca: 320
  • Buzzy A. Mullahkhel: 479
  • Craig Humphreys*: 590

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 14.1% of registered North Logan voters participated in the November General Election.

Hyde Park

The top three candidates are elected to the Hyde Park City Council for 4-year terms.

  • Stephanie Allred: 627
  • Tiffany Atkinson: 546
  • Brandon Buck: 647
  • Kirk Brower: 622
  • Karl White: 840
  • Shannon Rhodes: 432

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 51% of registered Hyde Park voters participated in the November General Election.

Hyrum

The top three candidates are elected to the Hyrum City Council for 4-year terms.

  • Steve Adams*: 428
  • Bart Baird: 288
  • Vicki McCombs: 414
  • Craig Rasmussen*: 520
  • Jeff Hertzler: 325

Results are unofficial with all precincts reporting. Approximately 21.25% of registered Hyrum voters participated in the November General Election.

Millville

The General Election was cancelled because there were only three candidates for three seats. The following candidates are considered to be elected:

  • Ryan Zollinger
  • Pamela June
  • Michael C. Callahan*

Wellsville

The General Election was cancelled because there were only three candidates for three seats. The following candidates are considered to be elected:

  • Bob Lindley
  • Denise N. Lindsey*
  • Chad K. Poulsen

Richmond

The General Election was cancelled because there were only three candidates for three seats. The following candidates are considered to be elected:

  • Kelly Crafts
  • Tucker Thatcher
  • Terrie Wierenga

Mendon

The General Election was cancelled because there were only three candidates for three seats. The following candidates are considered to be elected:

  • Greg Taylor*
  • Ian Nemelka
  • Shara Swan

Lewiston

The General Election was cancelled because there were only three candidates for three seats. The following candidates are considered to be elected:

  • Kim (Fizz) Bodily
  • Jonna Westover
  • Debbie Wright

Newton

The top two candidates are elected to the Newton Town Council for 4-year terms.

  • Kent R. Fabricius
  • Randy Christensen
  • Brad Larsen
  • Jed Woodward*

Paradise

Mayoral candidate for 2 year term:

  • Vic Little: 161
  • Mark Marrot: 112

Two candidates for two seats on the Paradise City Council 2 year term:

  • Jason Winn: 188
  • Larry Johnson: 170

Two candidates for one seat on the Paradise City Council 4 year term:

  • Ashley Smith: 97
  • Trent Passey: 169

* indicates Incumbent

Results are unofficial and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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