Your voter’s guide to the 2023 primary election in Salt Lake County cities

The candidates answer questions on key issues.

(Christopher Cherrington | The Salt Lake Tribune)

For voters in eight Salt Lake County cities, the ballots for the September 5 primary — and the direction of their communities — are now in their hands.

Bluffdale, Brighton, Cottonwood Heights, Draper, Murray, Sandy, West Jordan and West Valley City all have area codes for city council seats. November’s general election will decide which elections have not attracted enough candidates to enter the primaries.

Voters in Salt Lake City, Midvale, Millcreek, South Salt Lake, Kearns and Magna will select candidates through rank-and-file voting in the fall.

To help primary voters narrow down their candidate pool in their decision-making process, The Salt Lake Tribune reached out to all council candidates in the hard-fought races (most Utah cities are not holding mayoral elections this year) and asked them questions about key issues.

Here are links to voter information for the September 5 primary:

Bluffdale Voter Guide 2023.

Brighton 2023 Voter Guide.

Cottonwood Heights 2023 Voter Guide.

Draper Voter Guide 2023.

Murray Voter Guide 2023.

Sandy Voter Guide 2023.

West Bank 2023 Voter Guide.

West Valley City 2023 Voter Guide.

Justin Scaccy

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