This year’s ballot has three proposed amendments to the Utah Constitution. What are they and what do you need to know about them?

Proposed Amendments

There are a lot of judges on your ballot. Here’s what you need to know before you fill in those circles.

About our Judges

To help you understand how Vote By Mail works, the Clerk/Auditor’s office recently sent out an email with a video to help explain the process and show a little bit of the behind-the-scenes action after they receive your ballot.

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Who is running for office?

Federal Candidates

Who is running for office?

County Candidates

Who is running for office?

State Candidates

Who is going to represent the Republican Party on this year’s ballot?

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Meet Our Party Officers

  • Phill Red Shirt
    Phill Wright, Chairman, Davis County Republican Party

    Phill is a resident of Bountiful, Utah. He and his wife Shaun have been married since 1982. They are the parents of seven children and six grandchildren. They have lived in Bountiful since 1997. He is an AVP with Goldenwest Credit Union, and works out of the Bountiful office. Phill is a BYU alumni, where he studied Communications and Public Relations. He is also a recently published author with his new novel series, Not Without Mercy.

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  • Joe Levi
    Joe Levi, Vice Chair, Davis County Republican Party

    Joe Levi was elected to the office of Vice Chair of the Davis County Republican Party to fill the remainder of the term when the prior Vice Chair resigned. Joe is an Eagle Scout, a husband, and a father of five. He has lived in Davis County his whole life. He loves where he lives and wants to make sure Continue Reading

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    Do the Davis County elected State Representatives and Senators support our caucus system?

    Go to the link below to see their answers. We have included their contact information and encourage you to call them if you have questions on their stance in regard to the caucus convention system and the Count My Vote initiative. We as delegates believe in holding our elected officials accountable, this is one main purpose of a caucus system, accountability.

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