Election Day Voting Information

November 2, 2015

In this year’s election, residents may vote at any of the four vote centers in Salt Lake City.  Ballots must be post marked by Monday, November 2, 2015.  If you are reading this, it is close to this deadline.  To ensure your vote counts or to vote in person, make sure you visit any of […]

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Recorder’s Office – Elections

November 2, 2015

Ballots can be returned by mail (postage-paid envelope provided) by the postmark deadline of Monday, November 2, 2015.   If a prospective voter misses the postmark deadline, ballots can be dropped at a ballot dropbox location or a Vote Center on Election Day.  Those who have not registered, moved, did not receive a ballot, or need accommodations may […]

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9 Reasons to Re-Elect Ralph Becker!

October 29, 2015

Dear Friends, Of course I’m a tad biased, but you and I know this election is too important to leave to chance. So I’m pestering you, one last time, to help get Mayor Ralph Becker re-elected! Please check out the ‘Top 9’ list below, and come up with one more reason YOU think Ralph deserves […]

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‘End homelessness’ tall order in SLC mayor’s race

October 29, 2015

With just days to go in the very tight Salt Lake City race for mayor, a tall order has been issued from billboards that perhaps tens of thousands of people have seen: “It’s time to end homelessness, vote for Jackie Biskupski.” “We know we’re going to have homelessness in our community, as we have everywhere […]

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Last stand: Becker and Biskupski draw distinctions in Tribune debate (with video):

October 29, 2015

As he has throughout the campaign, Becker pointed to a new vibrancy in Salt Lake City that he says he has fostered since the Great Recession by keeping taxes down while promoting a business-friendly environment. “By any measure,” the mayor said, “Salt Lake City has a strong economy compared with other cities.” [Salt Lake Tribune]

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