ECC – Candidate Debates and Forums City Council District 4 & Salt Lake City Mayor

ECC – Candidate Debates and Forums City Council District 4 & Salt Lake City Mayor

Written by East Central

Topics: Be Heard!, Community Meetings, Stay Informed

Important to our neighborhood, we have five candidates running for District 4 City Council and five candidates for Salt Lake City Mayor. The ECC is promoting and co-sponsoring two candidate events in July to allow you to hear from all ten candidates.

The primary election results will likely be by August 11.
This year we have the opportunity to vote by mail. For more information about voting by mail, please click here:
On July 9th from 7-8:30 pm we have partnered with the College Democrats of Utah to co- sponsor a candidate debate of the five candidates for City Council District 4:

Miles Petty, Nate Salazar, Babs De Lay, Derek Kitchen and Jen Colby.

District 4 candidates
This event will be held in the main City Library Auditorium 210 East 400 South in the auditorium.Event Flyer

On July 28th, you will be able to meet the mayoral candidates beginning at 6 and then hear a debate beginning at 7:15 to 8:30 pm in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall at Westminster College, 1840 South 1300 East.
Candidates for Mayor are: Ralph Becker, Jackie Biskupski, Luke Garrott, George Chapman and Dave Robinson.

This event is sponsored by:
Associated Students of Westminster College, Bonneville Hills Neighborhood Council, Foothill/Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, Sugar House Community Council, Sunnyside East Neighborhood Council,

Yalecrest Neighborhood Council, Sugar House Chamber of Commerce and League of Women Voters
Please help spread the word for these two important events as all are invited and welcome, Now it the time to make sure that we are well represented within city government.

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