Mayor John Pohlman and the City Council have scheduled two nights in October where residents will have an opportunity to meet each of the Candidates and ask questions. These Candidates were nominated during the May 16, 2019 Caucus Meetings and are now on the November 5, 2019 General Election Ballot. Residents are encouraged to attend one or both of these meetings.
Meet the Candidates Night
Dates: October 8, 2019 and October 24, 2019
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Location: City Offices, 910 S Mountain Road
The 2019 General Election will be a VOTE BY MAIL election but registered voters will also have the ability to cast your ballot at several polling locations, including the Fruit Heights City Office. For additional information regarding the upcoming election Click Here.
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Caucus Meeting Results
- Diane Anderson / email@example.com
Scott Baird / firstname.lastname@example.org(Notice to Withdraw)
- Scot Reid / email@example.com
- Gary Anderson / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jeremy Canter / email@example.com
- Eileen Moss / firstname.lastname@example.org
General Election November 5, 2019
Many residents may not be aware of this, but Fruit Heights City is the only city in Davis County that continues to hold an Electoral Caucus Meeting instead of a Primary Election. This year Fruit Heights City has scheduled to hold its Caucus Meetings on May 16, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the Fruit Heights City Hall.
In 1939, when Fruit Heights City became a town, City leaders organized the caucuses with two non-partisan parties; the Pinecone and the Sagebrush parties. During election years, these two parties gather together to nominate candidates that will run in the upcoming election, these candidates are nominated by the residents and then voted on by the members of the Pinecone and Sagebrush parties. This year there will be three (3) City Council seats available. Each party will need to nominate three (3) City Council members that will run on the ballot for the 2019 General Election.
If you are interested in filling, the following information will need to accompany the Candidates Declaration of Candidacy:
A Copy of Section 20A-7-801 Statewide Electronic Voter Information Website
A Copy of the Pledge of Fair Campaign Practices
A copy of the Finance Disclosure Requirements
Fruit Heights City Elections are non-partisan.
The Mayor and Municipal Council Members serve four-year terms and are elected at-large
The incumbents are:
Council Seat Diane Anderson
Council Seat Gary Anderson
Council Seat Brandon Halliday
Anyone interested in one of these offices must:
- Be a U.S. citizen at time of nomination
- Be a registered voter of Fruit Heights City
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be a resident of Fruit Heights City for at least 365 consecutive days immediately preceding the date of election
- Not be a convicted felon