The following individuals filed as candidates in the 2011 municipal elections before the July 15 deadline. Incumbents are noted with (i); candidates who filed but since have withdrawn are noted with (w).
SALT LAKE COUNTY
Alta: Town Council (two at-large seats) — Mereba Danforth, Steven "Piney" Gilman (i), Mimi Levitt, Harris Sondak.
Bluffdale: City Council (three at-large seats) — C. Nick Berry, Craig L. Briggs, Troy E. Chisholm (i), Bruce M. Kartchner (i), Don Mortimer, Ty Nielsen, Heather Pehrson, Jewel K. Skousen.
Cottonwood Heights: City Council, District 1 — Richard "Dick" Fisher, Janet Janke, Todd Leeds, Crystal Perry, Mike Shelton; District 2 — Scott Bracken (i), James H. Thuet.
Draper: City Council (three at-large seats) — Claudia Anderson, Shawn K. Benjamin, Rod Besaw, Bill Colbert (i), Alan Summerhays (i), Troy Walker (i).
Herriman: City Council, District 1 — Stephen K. Roberts, Matt Robinson (i); District 2 — Rob Anderson, Raquel Hamilton DeLuca (i), Jeff D. Rifleman, CoraLee Wessman-Moser; District 4 — John Michael Day (i), David S. Holly, Troy Hooton, Jessica Morton, Janet Olander, Erik J. Schweitzer.
Holladay: City Council, District 2 — Lynn H. Pace (i); District 4 — David K. Broadbent, Steven H. Gunn, Robert "Bob" Neslen, J. Daniel Schoenfeld, Sandy Thackeray (w); District 5 — J. James "Jim" Palmer (i), Helen H. Redd.
Midvale: City Council, District 1 — Robert M. Hale (i); District 2 — Paul Glover (i); District 3 — Alan C. Anderson, Paul Hunt, Neil W. Whicker.
Murray: City Council, District 1 — Phil Markham, David Nicponski, Michael E. Romero; District 3 — Jim Brass (i); District 5 — Krista K. Dunn (i), Brett A. Hales, Jim Harland, Michael J. Thomas.
Riverton: City Council, District 1 — Andy Bird, Bob Bowen, Dave Cooper, Jon Hagen, Sheldon B. Stewart; District 2 — Roy Tingey (i); District 5 — Cade Bryant, David Davenport, Brent Johnson, Galen K. Mills, Perry Newman, Scott Silcox.
Salt Lake City: Mayor — Ralph Becker (i), J. Allen Kimball; City Council, District 2 — Michael Clara, Kyle LaMalfa, Van Blair Turner (i); District 4 — Luke Garrott (i), Jack Gray; District 6 — Tracey Harty, Charlie Luke, JT Martin (i).
Sandy: City Council, at-large (two seats) — Steve Fairbanks (i), Gary T. Forbush, David Kingsbury, Linda M. Saville (i); District 2 — Dave Perry, Dennis B. Tenney (i); District 4 — Chris McCandless (i).
South Jordan: City Council, District 1 — Mark Seethaler, Jim Wright; District 2 — Craig Thomas Elder, Kathie Johnson (i), Elwin D. Mangus, Chuck Newton; District 4 — Steve Barnes, Dan Galli, Aleta A. Taylor (i).
South Salt Lake: City Council, at-large (one seat) — William Hogan Espinoza, Mike Rutter (i); District 1 — Ryan Gold (i); District 4 — Portia Mila, Jerusha Riser, Roy Turner (i); District 5 — Irvin Jones (i).
Taylorsville: City Council, District 1 — Ernest Glen Burgess, John E. Gidney, Israel M. Grossman; District 2 — William J. "Bill" Forsgren, Kristie Steadman Overson, Morris K. Pratt (i), Marsha Rosati-Dykes; District 3 — Dave Ballou, Daniel Steven Isham, Jerry W. Rechtenbach (i).
West Jordan: City Council, District 1 — Nathan D. Gedge, Dan Lawes, Christopher M. McConnehey; District 2 — Judith M. Hansen, Jim Lems (i); District 3 — Tyler Andrus, Trent Ashton, Ben Southworth (i); District 4 — Cheryl Acker, Eric B. Hana, Justin Stoker, Aaron Thompson.
West Valley City: City Council, District 1 — Ralph D. Astorga, Brent Fuller, Tom Huynh, Sarra McGillis, Pete Moesser; District 3 — Karen Lang, Jack B. Matheson, R. Preston Smith, Jeff White, Dean Whitworth.
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