Politics in the Park Saturday, July 15, 8 -10 a.m. Parley’s Way Park, 2848 E Wilshire Dr (2565 S) Meet the six candidates for Salt Lake City Council District 7. The Primary Election is August 15, 2017. All six candidates will be there. Bring your coffee or juice, chat with the candidates. Get acquainted while the park is cool and shady, and before you’re off to your Saturday activities. At 9 a.m., each candidate will give a 5 minute presentation to tell us why they are running and why we should vote for them. Questions and comments will be taken off-line at the candidate’s booth/table. We are targeting residents east of 2100 East and south of 2100 South.
Candidates: Samantha Finch, Jason Sills, Benjamin Sessions, Amy Fowler, Abraham Smith, Ben Haynes.
On Wednesday, July 19 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Cottonwood Heights City Hall (2277 E. Bengal Blvd.), you can talk with the candidates who want to represent Districts 3 and 4, and the people who want to serve as mayor of the city.
For Mayor : Mike Peterson and Tim Hallbeck
District Council 3 : Michael Hanson, Tonia Dalton and Tali Bruce
District Council 4 : Eric Kraan, Aaron Thompson, and Christine Mikell
J Go Gallery 408 Main Street, Park City. Join us at 6 p.m. for this League of Women Voters sponsored forum for Park City mayoral primary candidates.
Candidates: Roger Armstrong, Andy Beerman, & Dana Williams
Districts 5 & 7 - Meet the Candidates
Informal gathering of Salt Lake City Council candidates for Districts 5 & 7. Jewett Center, Westminster College, 6-8 p.m. Sponsored by community councils East Liberty Park, Sugar House, Liberty Wells and Ball Park.
Candidates, Dist 5: Vance Hansen, Benjamin Noah Rosenberg, Carol Goode-Rogozinski, George Chapman, Erin Mendenhall
Candidates, Dist 7: Ben Haynes, Jason Sills, Benjamin Sessions, Abe Smith, Samantha L. Finch, Amy Fowler
Congressional District 3. Hosted by Salt Lake Tribune and Hinckley Institute of Politics. 7 p.m. at the Utah County Convention Center, 220 W. Center St., Provo. The GOP candidates will answer questions and offer rebuttals on public lands, education and the international role of the United States (including interactions with Russia).
Candidates: Former state Rep. Chris Herrod, Provo Mayor John Curtis and investment adviser Tanner Ainge,