I am so grateful for the kind words and support that you have shared since we learned the good news about the recount. As I look ahead to November, I want to emphasize that I am running to be your voice on the Council. So, I want to hear from you.
As you think about our City and its future, what is the most important issue to you? What do you want to see from your elected City leaders? I'm listening, Heber!
I am happy to share some good news! As you may have heard, I requested a recount after learning that I missed qualifying for November's ballot by five votes. Three machine recounts took place but failed to produce consistent results. Today the County Clerk conducted a hand recount of every City ballot cast in the primary election. An official from the Lieutenant Governor's Office personally oversaw the process.
I am pleased to share that the hand recount results put me in the fourth qualifying position for November. So I am through to the general election! All those yard signs can stay up!! Thanks so much to all of you for your ongoing support, and I look forward to continuing our work together to share our vision for Heber!
Well folks, our fun but brief effort has come to an end. The final tally was released earlier this morning and I missed the cutoff by five votes. While this outcome is disappointing, I am incredibly grateful for all of your support! I urge you to remain involved in holding City leadership accountable to plan and vision for Heber's future. I am committed to working for you as I continue my service on Heber's Planning Commission.
While I will no longer be active on Facebook, it's entirely possible that you'll see this page return to life in two years when there will be three City Council seats up for election. Until then, thank you for encouragement and your interest in this process!
It's been quite the week! This morning the County Clerk released a final vote tally, and unfortunately it has me missing the fourth place cutoff by 8 (yes, eight!) votes. I called the Clerk's office and learned that there are still 75 ballots left that won't be counted until next Monday or Tuesday. We don't know how many of those are from the City (as opposed to other areas in Wasatch County). But with such a slim margin anything is still possible!
No matter what happens I want to thank everyone for your encouragement and support! Because of this process our voices have been heard!
This Tuesday is Election Day! Please remember to mail or drop off your ballots.
Ballots need to be postmarked on or before August 14th. They can also be hand-delivered to the Wasatch County Clerk's office (25 North Main Street) no later than August 15th at 8:00 p.m....
Please help spread the word that "Stack has your back" by sharing this page!
I am excited to work with you as we join together to plan for Heber's future!
This Saturday the Wasatch County Republican Party is hosting a Candidate Forum (details below). If you're considering how to cast your ballot this is a great way to learn more about the candidates. Or if you've already voted then feel free to attend and show your support!
Tuesday morning I participated in a candidate interview with Tracy Taylor and County Councilman Danny Goode (Danny wrote the questions and filmed).
Check it out!
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I'd like you to think of this town we love. What will it look like in 25 years if we don't change anything?
Now think of Heber in 25 years if we develop a long-term vision and plan. What is Heber's potential?...
I am listening, Heber!
I received my ballot, and I'm voting for the candidate with two middle initials (that's not a typo!).
Yep, ballot selfies are totally legal in Utah (Utah Code 20A-3-504(3) for those of you playing along at home).
My thanks to all of you who shared your thoughts on what makes for a thriving, attractive Main Street. Several of you mentioned the desire to slow traffic and improve aesthetics. If elected, I want to work with and encourage UDOT and its Context Sensitive Solutions program to help make Main Street more attractive and enticing for businesses and pedestrians. The pictures below are just one example of something UDOT can provide under this program. The trees in the proposed center median serve dual purposes of calming traffic and beautifying the downtown area. What do you think?