primary elections Count My Vote Launches Initiative To Eliminate Caucus Conventions By Nicole Nixon • Sep 27, 2017 iStock Count My Vote is launching a ballot initiative that would eliminate the party caucus-convention system. In Municipal Primaries, Midvale May Have A Transgender Mayoral Candidate, Draper’s Incumbent Trails By Nicole Nixon • Aug 16, 2017 Nicole Nixon Tuesday night’s results are not final, but they show incumbent Salt Lake City Council members James Rogers and Erin Mendenhall with commanding leads— each held more than 75 percent of the vote in their respective races. Even With Special Election Boost, County Clerks Expect Low Turnout For Primary Election By Nicole Nixon • Aug 14, 2017 Julie Ritchey, KUER Tuesday is primary election day for the third congressional district special election and some municipalities around the state. Utah GOP Drops Appeals In SB54 Case By Nicole Nixon • Sep 2, 2016 Brian Grimmett/KUER Listen Listening... / 1:31 The Utah Republican Party has dropped its appeal of court decisions to uphold changes to Utah’s election laws. Gov. Herbert Prefers Presidential Primary Over Caucus By Brian Grimmett • Mar 24, 2016 KUED Listen Listening... / 1:29 Utah Governor Gary Herbert says he’s glad Tuesday’s caucus meetings were well attended, but that he’d prefer moving back to a presidential primary.