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2019 Municipal Elections

Notice of Providence City 2019 General Election
Providence City will hold a general election for three 4-year term city council seats and one 2-year term city council seat on November 5, 2019. This will be a by-mail election.

Ballots are scheduled to be mailed to voters on October 15, 2019. Ballots may be returned by-mail (must be post marked on or before November 4, 2019) or dropped in the drive-up ballot box located at the Providence City Offices, 164 North Gateway Dr, Providence UT. Ballots will be accepted at the Providence City Office location until 8:00 p.m. on November 5, 2019.
November 5, 2019 Sample Ballot


Meet the Candidates
Providence City will hold a Meet the Candidates night on Thursday, October 10, 2019. The event will take place at 6:30 PM at the Spring Creek Middle School.
The following candidates will be on the ballot:
4-year seat:
Brent D. Speth, Jon Mock, Frank Montoya, Jr., Carrie Kirk, Joshua Paulsen, Ralph Daniels
2-year seat:
Don W. Calderwood, Jeanell S. Sealy

2019 Primary Election Official Results and Canvass

Providence City will hold a by-mail primary election. Ballots are scheduled to be mailed to voters on July 23, 2019. Click here for a sample ballot.

The following residents have filed a declaration of candidacy for Providence City Council:
Rowan Cecil – 4-year term
Laura Banda – 4-year term
Brent D. Speth – 4-year term
Jon Mock – 4-year term
Frank Montoya, Jr – 4-year term
Carrie Kirk – 4-year term
Joshua Paulsen – 4-year term
Ralph Daniels – 4-year term

Don W. Calderwood – 2-year term
Jeanell S. Sealy – 2-year term
Blair Martin – 2-year term

Election Notice – Providence City Municipal General Election

Pursuant to Utah Code 10-3-301, Providence City hereby gives notice the following municipal offices will be voted on in the 2019 Municipal Election:

  • Council Member (4-year term)
  • Council Member (4-year term)
  • Council Member (4-year term)
  • Council Member (2-year term)

Terms are expiring for: Kirk Allen, Dennis Giles, Roy Sneddon, and Brent Fresz.

A person seeking to become a candidate for municipal office shall file a declaration of candidacy, in person with the city recorder at the Providence City Offices, 164 North Gateway Dr, Providence UT, during the office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and not later than the close of those office hours, between June 3 and June 7, 2019.

An individual may designate an agent to file a declaration of candidacy with the city recorder if: (i) the individual is located outside of the state during the entire filing period; (ii) the designated agent appears in person before the city recorder; (iii) the individual communicates with the city recorder using an electronic device that allows the individual and city recorder to see and hear each other; and (iv) the individual provides the city recorder with an email address to which the city recorder may send the individual the candidate information.

Any resident of a municipality may nominate a candidate for a municipal office by: (i) filing a nomination petition with the city recorder at the Providence City Offices, 164 North Gateway Dr, Providence UT, during the office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and not later than the close of those office hours, between June 3 and June 7, 2019.

Municipal Election Sample Ballot

2017 Municipal Election Sample Ballot

2017 Municipal Election


2017 General Election Canvass
Unofficial Results – Mayor
Unofficial Results – Council
 
2017 Municipal  Election Date
: November 7, 2017
Candidates for mayor: John Drew, Kirk J Allen
Candidates for council: Sharell Eames, Kristina Eck, Jeff Baldwin, Rowan Ernest Cecil
Voting for this election will be by-mail.
Registered voters will be receiving ballots in the mail on or about October 17.
For your ballot to be counted, your ballot must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day, or otherwise clearly marked by the post office as received by the post office before election day (no later than November 6, 2017) or you may drop your ballot off at the official ballot drop-off located at the Providence City Office Building, 164 North Gateway Drive, Providence.
Ballots will be accepted at the Providence City Recorder’s Office, (164 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT) on Election Day (November 7, 2017) until 8:00 p.m. 

2017 Primary Election Date: August 15, 2017
Providence City will be holding a primary  election for the office of Mayor. 
The candidates for mayor are: John Drew, Kirk J Allen, Brent Larsen
Voting for this election will be by-mail.
Registered voters will be receiving ballots  in the mail on or about July 20.
For your ballot to be counted, your ballot must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day, or otherwise clearly marked by the post office as received by the post office before election day (no later than August 14, 2017) or you may drop your ballot off at the official ballot drop-off located at the Providence City Office Building, 164 North Gateway Drive, Providence.

Ballots will be accepted at the Providence City Recorder’s Office, (164 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT) on Election Day (August 15, 2017) until 8:00 p.m. 

2017 Municipal Election – Notice of Election

Pursuant to Utah Code 10-3-301, Providence City hereby gives notice the following municipal offices will be voted on in the 2017 Municipal Election: Mayor (4-year term), Council Member (4-year term), Council Member (4-year term). Terms are expiring for Mayor Don Calderwood, Council Member Jeff Baldwin, and Council Member John Drew.

A person seeking to become a candidate for municipal office shall file a declaration of candidacy, in person with the city recorder, during the office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and not later than the close of those office hours, between June 1 and June 7, 2017. Any resident of Providence City may nominate a candidate for municipal office by filing a nomination petition with the city recorder, during the office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and not later than the close of those office hours, between June 1 and June 7, 2017.

Municipal Election Sample Ballot

2017 Municipal Election Sample Ballot

Meet the Candidates Night


October 12 6:30 p.m.  meet the Candidates night at the  Center for Creativity, Innovation and Discovery (CCID charter school)   170 West spring creek parkway, Providence.

The candidates for the office of Mayor are: John Drew and Kirk J Allen.

The candidates for City Council are: Sharell Eames, Kristina Eck, Jeff Baldwin, and Rowan Ernest Cecil

2017 Providence Primary Election

2017 Primary Canvass of Votes
2017 Primary Sample Ballot
August 15, 2017 Election is by mail only. 
Ballots will be coming through the mail. 
Expect to start to see them middle of July

2017 Candidates


The following Providence City residents have filed a Declaration of Candidacy for the 2017 Municipal Election. 

Mayor (4-Year Term)
John Drew  
435-760-8989
john@johndrew.com    
 

Declaration of CandidacyPledge of Fair Campaign Practices
 Kirk Allen
435-512-1796


Declaration of Candidacy
Defeated in Primary Election
Brent Larsen
435-494-2717
larsenbrent4@gmail.com


Declaration of CandidacyPledge of Fair Campaign Practices
Council Member (4-year Term)
Sharell EamesDeclaration of CandidacyPledge of Fair Campaign Practices
Kristina EckDeclaration of CandidacyPledge of Fair Campaign Practices
 Jeff BaldwinDeclaration of CandidacyPledge of Fair Campaign Practices
 Craig KendrickWithdrawn
Rowan Ernest CecilNomination Petition

2016 Election Results

2016 Election Results

OFFICIAL 11/03/2015 Municipal Election Results

Canvass of 11/03/2015 ELECTION RESULTS

Election Results – Providence Primary 8/11/2015

In accordance with UCA 20A-4-301, on August 25, 2015, the City Council, acting as the Board of Canvass, accepted the totals on the Canvass Report as the official results for the Primary Election held August 11, 2015.
Based on the official returns the following candidates received a Certificate of Nomination: Kirk Allen, Roy Sneddon, Sandra T Checketts, Rowan E Cecil, Jeffrey D Turley, Dennis A Giles.

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