2021 City Elections

Elections

Notice of Municipal Offices to be Voted On in the Spanish Fork City Municipal General Election on November 2, 2021

One (1) Mayor and two (2) City Council Member positions, four (4) year term each, from January 2022 to January 2026.

Candidate Filing Period:

The filing period for the 2021 municipal election ended on Monday, June 7, 2021, at 5 p.m. (UCA 10-3-301, 20A-1-401 (3)(b)).

Declaration of Candidacy: (final list)
Mayor (4yr): (1 seat open)
NameWebsitePhoneEmail
Mike Mendenhall mayormikemendenhall.com 801-358-6229 mike@mayormikemendenhall.com 
Derek Geslison derekformayor.us 435-744-7007 dwgeslison@gmail.com

City Councilmember (4yr): (2 seats open)
NameWebsitePhoneEmail
Cameron Porcaro cameronporcaro.com 801-210-0343 cameronporcaro@gmail.com 
Bret Bills bretbills.com 801-901-8504 councilmanbret@gmail.com
Scott B. Neilson   801-834-5228 buffneilson@gmail.com 
Kevin Oyler kevinoyler.com 801-310-6274 kevinoyler@gmail.com
Jesse Cardon jessecardon.com 801-473-3994 jesse@jessecardon.com 
Steve Carlson   801-471-1559 electstevencarlson@gmail.com
Mike Clayson   801-735-5798 mclayson5@gmail.com
Shane Marshall shaneforcitycouncil.com 801-380-7783 shaneforcouncil@icloud.com 
Whitney Hancock   801-369-7772 whitney96@sfcn.org
Landon Tooke facebook.com/tooke4sfcc 801-367-9757 landontooke@gmail.com
John Tyrrell camcatwriter.wixsite.com/johntyrrell 520-256-2717 johntyrrell1949@gmail.com

2021 Election Dates

Ballots Mailed to Voters 21 days prior to election 
Ballot Postmark Deadline 1 day prior to election 
Primary Election August 10, 2021
General Election November 2, 2021

Voter Registration

Residents who are not registered to vote may register in one of the following ways:

  1. Mail a registration form to the Utah County Clerk's Office:
    Utah County Clerk, Elections Office
    100 East Center Street, Rm 3100
    Provo, Utah 84606
  2. Register in person at the Utah County Clerk's Office
  3. Online Voter Registration is available at vote.utah.gov
  4. Day-of Registration can be done at a Voting Service Center on election day.

Voter Registration must be received by the County Clerk by 5 p.m., 11 days prior to an election.

For more information about voter registration or to learn about the candidates and issues, visit vote.utah.gov.

Sample Ballot

A sample ballot for Utah County for the upcoming primary election to be held on August 10, 2021, may be obtained from the following sources: www.utahcounty.vote; 100 East Center Street, Suite 3100, Provo, Utah 84606; or by contacting the Elections Office at 801-851 8128.


How to Vote

Vote by Mail

Spanish Fork City will be using Vote By Mail (VBM) for the primary and general municipal elections. To vote, simply complete the ballot, sign the affidavit on the envelope, and drop the envelope in the mail or designated drop box (outside the City Offices).

Early Voting

Early voting will be conducted for the upcoming regular primary election. Information regarding the dates, times, and location of early voting may be obtained from the following sources: www.utahcounty.vote; 100 East Center Street, Suite 3100, Provo, Utah 84606; vote.utah.gov; or by contacting the Elections Office at 801-851-8128. Residents may deliver their completed ballots to the early voting center prior to election day. They may also surrender their mail-in ballot and vote in person at the early voting center.

LocationAddress
Utah County Elections Office 100 E Center St, Room 3100, Provo, UT 84606

Election Drop Box Locations

Registered voters can deliver their ballot prior to election day. Drop box locations are open during regular business hours.

Spanish Fork Senior Center parking lot, 167 W Center St., Spanish Fork, UT 84660

For additional drop boxes in the county, visit utahcounty.vote.

Election Service Center

Spanish Fork City will not have polling locations throughout the city on election day. Instead, there will be an Election Service Center located at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds (475 S Main Street) on election day. Registered voters may drop off their ballot between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on election day. Non-registered voters can present ID at a Voting Center and receive a provisional ballot.

Other Election Day Service Centers can be found on Utah County's Voting Service Center list.

For any questions, please call Tara Silver, City Recorder (801-804-4530).