County Election Results

With election results in, Basin counties have few surprises. Uintah County was the only county with a Commissioner race. As the Republican candidate, Brad Horrocks secured 79.15 percent of the popular vote over Stephen Borton with 20.85 percent. “I am fully committed to honor my pledge to adhere to a conservative budget,” shared Horrocks following the announcement of results. “I believe our economic future is bright and together we will move beyond these challenging times.” Borton thanked the over two thousand citizens who voted for him and expressed appreciation for Brad saying he ran a “clean election effort.” Borton also said he plans to save his signs to try again in a few years! Duchesne County had only single candidates on the ballot with Ron Winterton continuing in Commission Seat C.  The Daggett County Clerk/Treasurer race went to Republican Brian Raymond with 60.09 percent of the vote over Democratic candidate Sheila Ann Williams with 39.91 percent. Randall Asay was uncontested for Daggett County Commissioner C.

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