The primary election for Wellsville municipal offices will be held at the LDS Church at 49 West 200 South on September 15th, 2009.

All Wellsville voting districts will vote at this location.The polls will be open from 7:00 am till 8:00 pm.  

This election is for Wellsville residents only. There are no county, state or national positions being voted on during this election.

Changes in Utah state law requires ALL voters to show valid identification before they can vote in either the Primary or General election. Even if you have lived in Wellsville your entire life and you know all of the election judges, you must still show valid identification.

Valid identification includes a photo ID issued by the state or federal government, such as a Utah drivers license or a US passport,or two other forms of ID showing the voter’s name and address, such as a current utility bill or bank statement.

Voters without valid identification may cast a provisional ballot and then have five business days to present valid identification to the county clerk (in Logan) to have the ballot counted.

There are three candidates running for Mayor and eight candidates for City Council. The top 2 mayorial and top 4 city council vote-getters will compete in the General Election on November 3, 2009.

Mayor – 4 year term
Bailey, Thomas
Larsen, M. Kent
Wells, Dick

City Council – 4 year term
Ames, Kaylene
Bankhead, Kent
Case, Ron
Eyster, Mike
Harrison, Colin
Leatham, Carl P.
Pattee, Brian
Tingey, Kevin Madsen