Three Constitution Party Members Elected to Utah City Office in Non-Partisan Elections

Three members of the Utah Constitution Party were elected to city office on November 3, 2009. They are Kenneth O. Lutes, elected Mayor of Elk Ridge; Matt Kimmel to the Syracuse City Council; and Thomas Butler to the Highland City Council. These were non-partisan elections, but newspapers generally would report the party affiliation of the various candidates.

Also, the party’s vice-chair, David Perry, polled 42% for Mayor in Sandy. Sandy is the sixth-largest city in Utah. Perry was the only opponent of the incumbent Mayor.

3 comments

  1. NewFederalist · · Reply

    Good for the CP! They should start keeping records like the LP does as to how many folks they have in elected and appointed positions.

  2. Cody Quirk · · Reply

    They soon will. And the national Party needs to start paying MORE attention to Utah and the Rocky Mountain West- think about it.

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