Time to run for city council, mayor in Midvalley cities
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Midvalley

city elections

If you're interested in running for a city office, it's almost time to throw your hat into the ring. The candidate filing period is June 1-7. Because city halls are closed on weekends, candidate have just days — June 3-7 during business hours — to submit a declaration of candidacy in person. If your city operates under a four-day week, confirm the deadline because it could be earlier.

General city elections are nonpartisan and held in odd-numbered years. The staggered terms are for four years (except when the position is for an unexpired term), with about half the seats up for election each time. A candidate must be a registered voter and a resident of the city for at least 12 months immediately before the election to run.

At-large seats are filled by a vote of the entire city's electorate; district seat holders are selected by voters in the district. If elected from a council district, the candidate must live in that district.

If more than two candidates file for a seat, a primary will be held Aug. 13 to narrow the field to two. The general election is Nov. 5; winners take office in January.

The seats up for election:

Cottonwood Heights

Mayor • Kelvyn Cullimore, running

Council seats • District 3 (east)

District 4 (far east)

Holladay

Mayor • Dennis Webb, not running

Council seats • District 1 (central)

District 3 (central southeast)

MidvaleMayor

• JoAnn Seghini, running

Council seats • District 4 (south)

District 5 (west)

Murray Mayor

• Daniel Snarr, not running

Council seats • District 2 (southwest)

District 4 (midcity east of I-15)