Like the mayoral election, the outcome of four races involving county council seats changed only slightly with the updated results from County Clerk Sherrie Swensen.
Incumbent District 6 Councilman Max Burdick, a Republican, expanded his lead over Demoract Paul Recanzone by 2,100 votes. Otherwise, the margins of victory changed by 1,000 in Republican incumbent Michael Jensen's victory over Brent Goodfellow in District 2, by 500 in at-large Democratic council Jim Bradley's win over Joseph Demma and by just 150 in District 4, where Democrat Sam Granato beat Missy Wilson Larsen for the seat being vacated by Jani Iwamoto.
The council also awarded Granato a partial salary for the rest of the year. His amounts to about $2,400, said county chief financial officer Darrin Casper.
Tuesday's canvass showed that the proposal to issue a $47 million bond for county parks and trails increased its final margin of victory to 43,177 votes (56.1 percent), while the Millcreek incorporation proposal lost by 4,953 votes, about 300 more than on Election Day.
Salt Lake County election canvass results
County Mayor •
Ben McAdams (D) 203,170 54.5%
Mark Crockett (R) 169,418 45.4%
County Council At-large •
Jim Bradley (D) 194,797 53.5%
Joseph Demma (R) 168,812 46.4%
County Council District 2 •
Michael Jensen (R) 27,847 57.0%
Brent Goodfellow (D) 20,971 42.9%
County Council District 4 •
Sam Granato (D) 46,673 57.6%
Missy Larsen (R) 34,350 42.4%
County Council District 6 •
Max Burdick (R) 44,294 61.9%
Paul Recanzone (D) 27,235 38.0%
Millcreek incorporation •
Against 16,805 58.4%
For 11,952 41.6%
County Parks Bond •
For 197,499 56.1%
Against 154,322 43.9%