Larsen is running against Democrat Sam Granato. The lifetime Millcreek resident has worked in the family's Frank Granato Importing Co. since graduating with a degree in business management from Southern Utah University.
Granato has served as a board member for the Salt Lake Valley Health Department and the State Economic Board.
Republican Max Burdick is seeking a second term on the council. Previously, Burdick spent 12 years on the Planning Commission. In his four years on the council, Burdick has supported walkable neighborhoods, transit-oriented development, architectural guidelines, trails, parks and recreation.
Burdick's Democratic challenger is Paul Recanzone, a Nevada native who moved to Utah in 1999. Recanzone's work in Utah includes projects with Payson and the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency. He owns OHIvey, a telecommunications consulting company.
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