An official count of votes Tuesday night didn't change the outcome in any Salt Lake County municipal races from the Nov. 5 election.
In Salt Lake City's closest contest, Council District 1, James Rogers expanded his lead over Kevin S. Parke to clinch an official 68-vote win for a victory margin of less than 3 percent.
The closest mayoral race in Salt Lake County was in South Jordan, where challenger Dave Alvord, a dentist, edged Mayor Scott Osborne, who had been appointed mid-term. Tuesday's canvass confirmed that win but boosted Alvord's victory cushion from just 19 votes in the unofficial tally to 100. Still, the margin was less than 1 percent of the more than 10,000 votes cast.