Democratic Primary for U.S. Senate
Misty K. Snow: 59.42%
Jonathan Swinton: 40.58%
In the race to decide who would represent the Democratic Party in the General Election to challenge the incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Mike Lee, Misty K. Snow defeated Jonathan Swinton by a margin of 59.42 to 40.58 percent.
Republican Primary for U.S. House District 3
(I) Jason Chaffetz: 78.76%
Chia-chi Teng: 21.24%
After collecting the required number of signatures to get on the ballot, Mr. Chia-chi Teng lost his bid challenging incumbent U.S. Representative Jason Chaffetz by a margin of 21.24 to 78.76 percent in the 3rd Congressional District.
Republican Primary for Governor
(I) Gary R. Herbert/Spencer J. Cox: 72.14%
Jonathan Johnson/Robyn Bagley: 27.86%
After a hard fought primary campaign Incumbent Governor Gary Herbert and Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox won 72.14% of the vote, or 165,678 votes to beat challengers Jonathan Johnson and Robyn Bagley who garnered 27.86% of the vote, or 63,978 total votes.
Republican Primary for State Senate 10
(I) Lincoln Fillmore: 54.59%
Rich L. Cunningham: 45.41%
Incumbent Utah State Senator Lincoln Fillmore won his primary election bid in District 10 by a margin of 54.59 to 45.41 percent over challenger Rich L. Cunningham.
Republican Primary for State Senate 14
Dan Hemmert: 60.27%
Morgan Philpot: 39.73%
In the race to replace Utah State Senator Alvin B. Jackson from District 14, Mr. Dan Hemmert beat former Utah State Representative Morgan Philpot by a margin of 60.27 to 39.73 percent.
Republican Primary for State Senate 16 (Multi County)
(I) Curt Bramble: 53.84%
Christopher N. Herrod: 46.16%
Incumbent Utah State Senator Curt Bramble won his primary election bid in District 16 by a margin of 53.84 to 46.16 percent over challenger Christopher N. Herrod.
Republican Primary for State House 6
Cory Maloy: 60.17%
Mike Brenny: 39.83
Cory Maloy won his bid over Mike Brenny to become Utah State Representative from District 6 by a margin of 60.17 to 39.83 percent.
Republican Primary for State House 20
(I) Becky Edwards: 51.85%
Glen G. Jenkins: 48.15%
Incumbent Utah House Representative Becky Edwards narrowly edged challenger Glen G. Jenkins in District 20 by a 2,283 to 2,120 vote margin or 163 votes.
Republican Primary for State House 34
Macade Jensen: 66.67%
Jack P. Castellanos: 33.33%
Macade Jensen won his bid over Jack P. Castellanos to become Utah State Representative from District 34 by a margin of 66.67 to 33.33 percent.
Republican Primary for State House 53 (Multi County)
Logan Wilde: 50.71%
(I) Melvin R. Brown: 49.29%
Incumbent Utah House Representative Melvin R. Brown is trailing challenger Logan Wilde by a 64 vote margin in District 53 going into the mid-morning.
Republican Primary for State House 57
(I) Brian M. Greene: 52.82%
Xani Haynie: 47.18%
Incumbent Utah House Representative Brian M. Greene won his primary election bid by a slim margin of 52.82 to 47.18 percent over challenger Xani Haynie in District 57.
Republican Primary for State House 67
(I) Marc K. Roberts: 63.02%
Richard D. Moore: 36.98%
Incumbent Utah House Representative Marc K. Roberts won his primary election bid by a margin of 63.02 to 36.98 percent over challenger Richard D. Moore in District 67.
Republican Primary for State House 75
Walt Brooks: 57.33%
Steven D. Kemp: 42.67%
Walt Brooks won his bid over Steven D. Kemp to become Utah State Representative from District 75 by a margin of 57.33 to 42.67 percent.
Republican Primary for Utah County Commissioner
- Nathan Ivie: 59.37%
Casey Voeks: 40.63%
Former Utah County Republican Party Chair Casey Voeks lost his bid to become Utah County Commissioner to R. Nathan Ivie by a margin of 40.63 to 59.37 percent.
Republican Primary for Davis County Commissioner
Randy Elliott: 54.69%
Steve Hiatt: 45.31%
Randy Elliott won his bid over Steve Hiatt to become Davis County Commissioner by a margin of 54.69 to 45.31 percent.
Republican Primary for Weber County Commissioner
Jim Harvey: 56.01%
Caitlin K. Gochnour: 43.99%
Jim Harvey won his bid over Caitlin K. Gochnour to become Weber County Commissioner by a margin of 56.01 to 43.99 percent.