The election process and right to vote are aspects of our government we all hold dear. We are given the ability to elect our peers to represent us in providing direction for the most basic services that we rely upon. We have the power to choose our direction by promoting and electing those who share common values. Relatively few votes can change the outcome of elections. Every vote counts!
The local government level is closest to home and therefore gives you direct influence on your elected officials.
A municipal election is held in odd years with 3 council members running in one year and then the mayor and 2 council members running two years later. If you have questions about the election or running for office that are not answered here, please contact the City Recorder's office at (801) 292-4486.
2021 Municipal Election
The City of West Bountiful held a Municipal Election on November 2, 2021 to fill two city council seats and one mayoral seat (4 year term each). The election is non-partisan which means a candidate is not nominated by or representing a political party. Candidates are at-large - elected by all voters in West Bountiful, not just one district or precinct.
West Bountiful contracts with Davis County to administer the elections, and all elections are Vote by Mail.
Based on the number of candidates running for office, there was no mayoral election, and no primary election for city council.
Of 3581 registered voters, 1392 ballots were cast for a voter turnout of 38.87%
- Registered Voters - 3581
- Ballots Cast - 1392
- Voter Turn-out - 38.87%
Winning Candidates designated in red.
MAYOR: (1 open seat)
- Kenneth Romney, (1179 votes) 801-949-6163 [email protected]
CITY COUNCIL: (2 open seats)
- Mark Preece - (775 votes) 801-739-6124, [email protected]
- Kelly Enquist - (723 votes) 801-721-1077; [email protected]
- Michelle Curtis - (658 votes) 414-758-8930, [email protected]
- Jessica Gertsch - (408 votes) 801-882-8832, [email protected]
A full list of Davis County election results can be viewed HERE.