David’s 2021 American Fork Election Guide

This week I received my mail-in ballot for the 2021 American Fork municipal election. Today, more swiftly than usual, I offer my handy, unapologetically opinionated guide for local voters. On the ballot are a mayoral race, a city council race, and one proposition. (I have no idea why they call … Read More …

2021 Election: City Council and Mayoral Candidate Audio

Thursday saw American Fork mayoral and city council candidates gather to discuss their merits as candidates and their views of numerous issues. The American Fork Chamber of Commerce sponsored the event, and the president of its board, Seth Holdaway, moderated. The audience numbered about sixty — more that we usually … Read More …

American Fork Candidate Interviews (2021)

It is time again for municipal elections in American Fork, and although we didn’t have a primary, both the mayoral and city candidate races are contested. The three top issues, according to residents, are growth, taxes, and code enforcement. For mayor we have two candidates, Tim Holley and current mayor … Read More …

David’s Handy Little (General) Election Guide, 2017

Here on my thoughts on the races on my November 2017 general election ballot. US House of Representatives, Utah District 3 In the special election to fill the latter half of former Congressman Jason Chaffetz’s term, there are three candidates of note. Provo Mayor John Curtis is a sterling example … Read More …

American Fork Candidates

Here is the official list of candidates for mayor and city council in American Fork for 2017. Contact information is already available at the City web site, and we’ll be using it here to ask them some questions. You’re more than welcome to propose questions in the comments to this … Read More …

American Fork Election 2017

On November 7 voters in American Fork, Utah, will elect a new mayor and two new city councilors. There will also be a special election that day — on the same ballot — for the remainder of retiring Congressman Jason Chaffetz’s term in the US House of Representatives. Why Now? … Read More …