City Election November 5, 2019

Candidates Who Have Filed for Office:

(Ballot order is determined by the 2018-2019 Master Ballot List from the Lt. Governor’s Office)

City Council:  (Three seats open)

Melvin (Buddy) Sadler

2154 N 3500 W

801-731-2777

buddygsadler@gmail.com

Todd R Skeen

4467 W 2350 N

801-731-4660

fantomfamIV@msn.com

Write-in Candidates Who Have Filed for Office:

City Council:  (Three seats open)

Rachael Beal

4138 W 2600 N

801-400-9070

beal.home@yahoo.com

What happens if there are fewer candidates than open seats?

Write-in candidates are able to file until September 3, 2019.
If there is one or more declared write-in candidate(s), an election will be held. The write-in candidate will not be listed on the ballot and will have to be hand written in by each voter.
There is no limit on how many write-in candidates can declare candidacy.
If there are no declared write-in candidates, the election will be cancelled and after January 1, the city council will appoint someone to fill a two-year term.

If you are interested in running as a write-in candidate, please contact Diane at the City Office.

Requirements to File for Office:

  • Be a registered voter of Plain City
  • Be a resident of Plain City for 12 consecutive months before the election
  • Be mentally competent – not convicted of a felony, treason, or crime against the elective franchise, unless the right to hold office has been restored. (Utah Code 20A-2-101.5 as amended, 2011)

Voter Qualifications

Voter Registration is open to all Weber County residents that are:

  • Citizens of the United States
  • Residents of Utah for at least 30 days prior to Election Day
  • Be at least 18 years of age on or before the day of the General Election
  • 16-17 year olds may pre-register to vote and will automatically be sent a ballot when they officially become eligible to vote
  • Residing at the address where they are registering

Voter Registration Deadlines

Primary Election

July 15 – Last day to mail in a voter registration form

July 29 – Last day for a new registrant to register in person or online and receive a by-mail bollot

August 6* – Last day to register online or in person

General Election

October 6 – Last day to mail in a voter registration form

October 21 – Last day for a new registrant to register in person or online and receive a by mail ballot

October 29* – Last day to register online or in person

* Voters who are not registered, but are otherwise eligible to vote, may vote provisionally in person on Election Day.