Breakdown of Cedar City Council candidates primary finance reports

Breakdown of Cedar City Council candidates primary finance reports


With a little less than a week until the primary election, campaign finance reports were released Tuesday for Cedar City Council candidates.

All candidates running in a primary in southern Utah had to submit disclosures on how much money they got and how much they spent for their campaigns.

In Cedar City, only the city council race will have a primary since there are only two candidates running for mayor.

In total, there are five candidates in the primary competing over four slots, one candidate will be eliminated in the primary on Aug. 10. 

More on voting this year:2021 Municipal Primary Election information: Registration and voting deadlines

All mail-in ballots must be postdated by Aug. 9, to be counted.

In total, the five candidates raised $16,984.39 and spent $25,017.88 on expenses. Three candidates had a negative balance on their campaign — meaning they spent more than they raised — and two candidates had a positive balance. Most of the candidates spent the most amount of their money on signs and marketing.



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