elections

Ann Leppanen Elected Bluff Mayor with 3-Vote Margin

Jul 10, 2018
Daniel Rayzel

San Juan County Clerk’s office has confirmed Ann Leppanen as the winner of Bluff’s mayoral election. Two weeks of waiting for a final canvass revealed a slim margin of 74 votes for Leppanen and 71 for Marcia Hadenfeldt, according to results posted on the county's website.

Calling Your Bluff: Campaigning in Utah’s New Town

Jun 26, 2018
Daniel Rayzel

If you drive west toward Bluff, Utah, one of the first things you’ll notice will be the Navajo Twins, a set of rock formations overlooking the city. You’ll drive on the mix of paved and gravel roads while admiring impressive walls of sandstone, but there’s a good chance you’ll miss the ongoing campaigning for town council. 

Casting Your Primary Day Ballot

Jun 25, 2018
Austin Cope

Montezuma County residents have until 7 p.m. Tuesday to drop off primary day ballots that were mailed to them earlier this month. Ballots sent to the county clerk's office must arrive by Tuesday; those received at a later date will not be counted, even if postmarked by Tuesday. 

Austin Cope

Citing inaccurate voter lists from the Montezuma County Clerk’s office, the High Desert Conservation District has cancelled its mill levy election scheduled for May 8th. But Montezuma County Clerk Kim Percell tells KSJD the inaccuracies stemmed from the District’s failure to follow required timelines to submit election-related documents.

More than 52,000 members of the Navajo Nation are set to have their voting registration canceled for not voting in the 2014 presidential election or the 2016 chapter elections.

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