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The following positions are up for election in the 2017 Lehi City Municipal election:
The unofficial results from the November 7, 2017 Lehi Primary Election will be posted below after the polls officially close at 8:00 p.m. These results are as of 3:00 p.m. 11-14-2017.
||8,305 / 25,160||33.01%|
||Total Vote Count
|Mark I Johnson||4,394|
|City Council Candidates
||Total Vote Count
There are 2 sample ballots for the November 7, 2017 General Election. One has the 3rd Congressional District candidates on it as well as the Lehi Mayoral and City Council candidates and the other just has the Lehi Mayoral and City Council candidates.
Sample Ballot with Lehi Municipal Candidates
Sample Ballot with Lehi Municipal Candidates and 3rd Congressional District Candidates.
November 6: Last day to mail in a ballot. Ballots must be postmarked on or before November 6 to be counted.
November 7: General Election Day – A Vote Service Center will be located at the Lehi City Administration Building: 153 N. 100 E., Lehi, Utah 84043 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If a voter didn’t mail in their ballot, they can drop off their ballot at the Vote Service Center. A registered voter may also vote provisionally at the Vote Service Center.
For additional information please contact Marilyn Banasky, Lehi City Recorder, at (385) 201-2254 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: 273 E. Davis Lane
Address:1643 N. 180 E.
Address:705 S. Willow Trail Loop
Address:2202 W. Whisper Wood Drive
Address:187 S. 800 W.
Address:1484 N. 2460 W.
The 2017 Municipal election will be held using Vote By Mail. This means that registered voters in Lehi will receive a ballot in their mail box. They will fill out their ballot, sign the envelope, and then just drop the ballot in the mail. There is no need to put a stamp on the envelope as the Lehi City Council has opted to pay for the return postage.
The ballot must be postmarked on or before November 6, 2017 to be counted. If you miss the deadline to mail your ballot, you can still turn in your ballot to the election workers on election day at the Voter Service Center. A drop box will also be located at City Hall for ballots. Ballots may be dropped off between 7:00 a.m and 6:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday or from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, November 7, 2017.
Please ensure that your Voter Registration information is updated so that you will receive your ballot. You can register to vote or change your voter registration address at Vote.Utah.Gov. The post office does not forward election ballots. If you have questions about your voter registration status, please contact Utah County Elections Office at 801.851.8128.
The Utah County Clerk’s office is administering this election. For additional information contact them at 801.851.8128 or the Lehi City Recorder’s office at 385.201.2254.
If it is before election day, please call the election office at Utah County 801.851.8128 to have a ballot mailed to you. The last day to request that a ballot be mailed to a registered voter is November 2, 2017.
There will not be early voting, but there will be a Voter Service Center on election day. If you miss the November 6 mail in deadline, you may drop off your ballot at the Voter Service Center between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m..
On November 7, 2017, Election Day, there will be a Voter Service Center at the Lehi City Administration Building, located at 153 N. 100 E. Poll Workers will be available to receive ballots that have already been filled out, have been signed, and sealed in the blue envelope that the voter received in the mail.
Hours of the Voter Service Center are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Poll Workers will also help registered voters vote Provisionally on election day. Residents may vote provisionally if they have lost their ballot or didn’t receive a ballot. If you need to vote on Election day at the Vote Center and don’t have the ballot and envelope that you were mailed, please bring your ID and two items that have your current address on it. If your driver’s license has your current address on it, you need only bring one more item to verify your address.
For Information on Voter Registration or what precinct a registered voter is in, visit the State of Utah’s web-site Vote.Utah.Gov. For additional election information, please contact Marilyn Banasky, Lehi City Recorder, at 385.201.2254 or e-mail at email@example.com.
The Campaign Finance Reports can be found here.