South Weber City (801) 479-3177

Elections

Public Notice is hereby given to inform residents of South Weber City that there will be a municipal general election on November 5, 2019 for the following offices:

3 At-Large City Council Positions (4-year term)

The constitutional and statutory qualification requirements for municipal office are:

  1. The Person is a registered voter in the municipality.
  2. The person will be at least 18 years old at the time of the next election
  3. The person is a legal resident of the municipality for the 12 consecutive months immediately preceding the date of the election.
  4. The person has not been convicted of a felony.

South Weber City Code on Elections

State Code on Elections

State Campaign Finance Law

 

The Davis County League of Women Voters hosted a Meet the Candidates night October 1st. For photos and video click here.

Qualifications for persons to vote in the election may be found in UCA 20A-2.

Voter Information:

Davis County Voter Information

State Election Information

2019 Election will be by mail. All registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail. They may be returned by mail. There will also be a drop box in the City Office Building. If you wish to vote in person, you may bring your photo ID to the Family Activity Center at 1181 E Lester on election day.

The election officer will post on this website any changes affecting the election process.

Municipal General Election Held on November 5, 2019 SAMPLE BALLOT

The individuals below have declared candidacy for South Weber City Council Member. They are listed in the order they will appear on the ballot*.

 Name Phone Address Email Website
Ukena, Landy 801-540-4171 7918 S 2175 E ukenal@gmail.com  
Soderquist, Quin 801-624-8205 2174 E 7800 S qsoderquist@comcast.net
Long, Tamara (Tammy) 801-476-8602 2178 E Deer Run Drive tamtj411@comcast.net
Halverson, Blair T. 801-475-7398 6715 S 475 E halvyb@msn.com  
Alberts, Hayley* 801-814-9595 7560 S 1740 E hayleyalberts@yahoo.com

*Write-in candidate. Name will not appear on ballot and must be physically written by voter.