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Utah: 2006 Elections
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Edited on Tue Sep-19-06 01:04 AM by Eugene


2006 Elections: Governor, US Senator, Other Statewide Offices, US House, State Senate, State House, Ballot initiatives/Referendums

This page was edited by: Daylin Byak, Eugene

State Politics At-A-Glance

Population (2000 Census): 2,233,169
Electoral Votes: 5

:redbox: 2004 Presidential: Kerry (D) 26%, Bush (R) 71%, Nader (I) 1%
:redbox: 2000 Presidential: Gore (D) 26%, Bush (R) 67%, Nader (I) 5%
:redbox: 1996 Presidential: Clinton (D) 33%, Dole (R) 54%, Perot (I) 10%

:redbox: Governor: John Huntsman Jr. (R) Elected: 2004 (Next Election: 2008)
:redbox: Senior US Senator: Orrin Hatch (R) Elected: 1976, 1982, 1988, 1994, 2000 (Next Election: 2006)
:redbox: Junior US Senator: Robert Bennett (R) Elected: 1992, 1998, 2004 (Next Election: 2010)
:redbox: US House (3 seats): D-1, R-2
:redbox: State Senate (29 seats): D-8, R-21
:redbox: State House (75 seats): D-19, R-56

Election Information

Primary Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election (by mail): June 06, 2006
Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election (in person): June 20, 2006
State/Local Primary Date: June 27, 2006

General Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for General Election (by mail): 20 days before the election
Voter Registration Deadline for General Election (in person): October 31, 2006
General Election Date (all states): November 07, 2006

State Office in charge of Elections
State Elections Office
Utah State Capitol Complex
East Office Building, Suite E325
P.O. Box 142325
SLC, UT 84114-2325
Phone: (801) 538-1041 / 1-800-995-VOTE
Fax: (801) 538-1133

State Democratic Party
Utah Democratic Party
455 S 300 E
Suite 301
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Phone: (801) 328-1212
Fax: (801) 328-1238

State Republican Party
Utah Republican Party
117 East South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Phone: (801) 533-9777 / 1-800-230-UTAH
Fax: (801) 533-0327

Governor's Race 2006

No Governor's Race in 2006

US Senate Race 2006

Pete Ashdown (D)
Internet Company Executive
Campaign Website:

Orrin Hatch (R) Incumbent
US Senator
Campaign Website:

Scott Bradley (C)
University Telecommunications Official and Businessman
Campaign Website:

Julian Hatch (G)
Disabled Veteran and Environmental Activist
Campaign Website:

Dave Seely (L)
Campaign Website:

Roger Price (Personal Choice)
Campaign Website:

Other Statewide Races 2006

No Other Statewide Races in 2006

US House of Representatives Races 2006

US House Districts: 3

Key Races: 02 Jim Matheson (D) (incumbent) v. LaVar Christensen (R)

Candidates, by Congressional District

Steve Olsen (D), Campaign Website:
Rob Bishop (R), Incumbent Campaign Website:
Mark Hudson (C), Campaign Website:
Lynn Badler (L), Campaign Website:
John Thompson (I), Campaign Website: ?

Jim Matheson (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website:
LaVar Christensen (R), Campaign Website:
David Perry (C), Campaign Website:
Bob Brister (G), Campaign Website:
Austin Lett (L), Campaign Website:

Christian Burridge (D), Campaign Website:
Chris Cannon (R), Incumbent Campaign Website:
Jim Noorlander (C), Campaign Website:
Phil Hallman (L), Campaign Website:

State Senate Races 2006

State Senate Districts: 29

Seats at stake in 2006: 16, Districts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 24, 26, 28

Key Races: ?

State House Races 2006

State House Districts: 75

Seats at stake in 2006: 75

Key Races: ?

Ballot initiatives/Referendums

:graybox: Constitutional Amendment Number One
   Shall the Utah Constituion be amended to authorize the Legislature to pass a law
   creating a property tax exemption for tangible personal property that generates
   an inconsequential amount of revenue?
   Full Text


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