Tuesday is election day and you may still have questions on who you want to vote for or where you go to vote. This guide gives information on every candidate on the ballot in Utah County, poll location information, precinct maps and Daily Herald interviews with candidates.
Polls in Utah County open at 7 a.m. and will remain open until 8 p.m.
The Daily Herald will have live election coverage throughout the day at heraldextra.com and will have live results after polls close.
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Nathan Ivie, the Republican candidate for a seat that is opening on the Utah County Board of Commissioners, describes himself as being solutio…
Six candidates, two of whom are incumbents, may appear on Utah County residents’ ballots for the Utah State Board of Education.
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