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Sample Ballot
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Please see the Sample Ballot below for the Lindon City Municipal General Election and the 3rd Congressional Special Election.

Notice to Residents: Candidate Russell Stay officially withdrew his candidacy for city council on October 10/10/2017.  Please be aware that his name will still appear on the ballot (as the ballots have been printed) but any vote cast for him will not be counted.


Ballots for the General Election will be mailed out by Tuesday, October 17 (approximately 21 days before an election). The Voter Service Center is open from 7 am to 8 pm on General Election day, November 7, 2017.  Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day (November 6th) or placed in the ballot box at the Lindon City Community Center by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. 

CANDIDATES WHO HAVE DECLARED CANDIDACY FOR LINDON CITY OFFICE:


The city will have a “Voter Service Center” on Nov. 7th for the General Election located at the Lindon Community Center , 25 North Main Street. Polls will be open from 7 am to 8 pm.  

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Lindon City Municipal Election / 2017 Candidates 

  • CANDIDATE

    OFFICE

    ADDRESS

    PHONE

    EMAIL

     Jeff Acerson

    Mayor

    (4 year term)

     910 East Center

    Lindon, UT 84042

     801-404-8588

     acerson@rocketmail.com

     Jake Hoyt

     City Council

    (4 year term)

     581 West 150 South

    Lindon, UT 84042

     801-368-7383

     jake@rockcanyonbank.com

     Russell Stay
    WITHDRAWN
    10/10/17

    City Council

    (4 year term)

     15 McKinley Dr.

    Lindon, UT 84042

     

     801-796-7909

     russ.stay@gmail.com 

     Van Broderick

     City Council

    (4 year term)

     655 East 500 North

    Lindon, UT 84042

     801-369-7350

     cb_con@yahoo.com

     

    Desiree Green

    City Council

    (4 year term)

    604 West 425 North

    Lindon, UT 84042

     801-735-1249

     
    desiree.green@gmail.com

     

     Dustin Sweeten

     City Council

    (2 year term)

     6 South 400 West

    Lindon, UT 84042

     801-360-2082

     dustinsweeten@yahoo.com

     Daril Magleby

     City Council

    (2 year term)

    32 North 1025 East
    Lindon, UT 84042

     801-372-6681

     
    darilmagleby@gmail.com

      

     Please note the candidate names are listed per the Master Ballot Position List (Utah Code Section 20A-6-305).

    The Voter Service Center for the all Vote by Mail election will be located at the Lindon City Community Center, 25 North Main Street, Lindon, Utah, for the Municipal General Election to be held on November 7, 2017. The Voter Service Center is open from 7 am to 8 pm.

    For additional information contact the City Recorder, Kathryn Moosman at 801-785-5043 or kmoosman@lindoncity.org


Lindon City to Conduct Vote by Mail for 2017 Municipal Election

The Lindon City Council recently voted to authorize Utah County to conduct the 2017 Primary and General Municipal Elections by using Vote by Mail, a system where all registered voters use absentee (Vote by Mail) ballots to vote.

Vote-by-Mail Information

The 2017 Primary and General Municipal Elections will be conducted using Vote by Mail. Each registered voter will be mailed a ballot and instructions for returning the ballot. Ballots for the General Election will be mailed out by Tuesday, October 17. Ballots must either be returned by mail and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Lindon City Community Center, 25 North Main Street, Lindon, by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. Ballots cannot and will not be forwarded by the postal service. All ballots that are determined undeliverable are returned to the County Clerk's office. If you have not received your ballot within two weeks after they are mailed, please call the Utah County Clerks Elections Division office at 801-851-8109 ex 5.

Voters will have the convenience and satisfaction of voting in the comfort of their homes where they can research those candidates running for election. Once the ballot has been filled out and placed in the secure envelope, it can be mailed back to the County for processing. For those who prefer to bypass the mail and submit their ballots in person, they may securely do so at either the County or the Lindon City Recorder’s Office. Additionally, votes may be cast in person by provisional ballot at Lindon City Community Center on Election Day. 

Once the County has received the ballot, signatures are checked and verified before the ballot is counted. If the ballot cannot be verified it is passed to another team member before it is rejected. If a voter’s signature cannot be verified, the voter will be contacted and can correct the error prior to the canvas. Additionally, the Lieutenant Governor’s Office is required to do an audit of the clerk’s signature verification process. The ballot is not removed from the envelope until the signature has been verified, maintaining the secrecy of the ballot. Every paper ballot is treated with great care and at no time is handled by a single person as there is always a second set of eyes overseeing the processing of submitted ballots. 

General Municipal Elections

General Election Day: November 7, 2017

 

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL OFFICES

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL OFFICES TO BE VOTED ON IN THE LINDON CITY MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTION

Lindon City will conduct a non-partisan Municipal General Election on November 7, 2017 to elect the following positions:

  •        One (1) Mayoral seat to serve a four-year term of office.
  •        Two(2) City Council seats to serve four-year terms of office.
  •        One (1) City Council seat to serve a remaining two-year term of office.

 

When Must the Ballot be Returned?

Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Lindon City Community Center by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Voter Registration

Please be sure you are registered to vote! If you have changed your name or address, even within the city, it is necessary to re-register.
To register to vote in Utah you must:


  1. Be a citizen of the United States
  2. Have resided in Utah at least 30 days immediately before the election
  3. Be at least 18 years old on or before the next election
  4. Not be a convicted felon currently incarcerated for the commission of a felony
The fastest way to update your information is in person at the Utah County Elections Office in Provo or click here to update your information.

Updates can also be made by mailing a registration form to: Utah County Clerk, Elections Office, 100 East Center Street, Room 3100 Provo, Utah 84606. 

VOTE BY MAIL ELECTION FAQ

The City Council voted to authorize Utah County to conduct the 2017 Primary and General Municipal Elections by using Vote by Mail, a system where all registered voters use absentee (Vote by Mail) ballots to vote.

Registered voters are not required to fill out an application for the vote by mail ballot; each registered voter will be mailed a ballot and instructions for returning the ballot. Ballots for the General Election will be mailed out by Tuesday, October 17. Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day, or placed in the ballot box at the Lindon Community Center building by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

General Election Day - November 7, 2017.

Following are some frequently asked questions about the Vote by Mail process. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions provided below to help you understand the process better.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When will I receive my ballot?Ballots are mailed approximately 21 days before an election. Ballots for the General Election will be mailed out by Tuesday, October 17.

Ballots cannot and will not be forwarded by the postal service. All ballots determined undeliverable are returned to the clerk's office.

What if I lose (or never receive) my ballot?

If you have not received your ballot within two weeks after they are mailed, call the Utah County Elections Office (801) 851-8109 ex 5. Your voter registration will be checked to ensure that the information is correct. If the address is correct, a replacement ballot will be sent. If your information has changed, your registration will need to be updated and a new ballot will be sent.

Can I pick up a ballot for a neighbor, child or parent?

No. Ballots must be mailed to a registered voter's residential or mailing address. We cannot give or mail ballots to anyone other than the voter.

When must my ballot be returned?

Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Lindon Community Center Building, 25 North Main Street by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

What if I make a mistake marking my ballot?

If you make a mistake marking your ballot, cross through the incorrect box and name. Fill in the correct box; circle both the box and name of the correct choice. Make your intent clear. Do not sign or initial your error.

Can two ballots be returned in the same envelope?

No. There should only be one ballot in each envelope. We must have an affidavit for each ballot.

Why do I need to sign the ballot affidavit on the envelope?

This confirms the voter's identity. The County will compare the signature on the affidavit to your signature on your voter registration form.

What if my signature has changed?

Complete a new voter registration form and submit it to the Utah County Elections Division.

What if I forgot to sign the affidavit on the envelope before I sealed it?

If you are not sure whether you signed your affidavit, sign the outside of the envelope.

What if I signed another voter's affidavit?

Cross off the wrong signature and sign the correct affidavit. If the envelope has already been sealed, you may sign the outside of the envelope.

Do I have to return my ballot by mail?

No. Ballots may also be returned to the Lindon Community Center Building located at 25 North Main Street. Ballots being returned in person must be received by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

What if I want to vote in person?

There will be an "Election Day Service Center" at the Lindon City Community Center, 25 North Main Street, for those that want to vote in person. Those wanting to vote in person will have to vote provisionally. The Center will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Can I early vote?

No. The ballots will be going out 21 days before the election doing Vote by Mail we are not required to hold early voting.