Elections 2016

Centerville Elections

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General Election
Tuesday, 2016-11-08
 
 
 
 

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Political Party

(C)    Constitution Party of Utah
(D)    Utah Democratic Party
(I)     Utah Independent American Party
(J)     Justice Party of Utah
(L)    Libertarian Party of Utah
(R)    Utah Republican Party
(S)     Socialist Party of Utah
(U)    Unaffiliated/Non-partisan
(?)     Unknown at this time
 
(I)     Incumbent
(W)   Write-In
 

Judges on the Davis County Ballots

        Judges

Candidates on the Ballot in Centerville

Candidates are listed alphabetically within the position for which they are running. If we are aware that the candidate has a campaign website, their blue name will be the link to that site. After the name is the party affiliation. (I) follows affiliation if the candidate is the incumbent. (W) follows if the candidate is a registered write-in candidate. This will be followed by one email address and phone number of the candidate’s choice. Where known, the phone type will be indicated as M mobile, H home or W work.

Federal

    President

        Dustin Baird (U) (W) dbaird99@gmail.com
            /Brandon Russell
        Andrew Basiago (U) (W) andy.andy2016@gmail.com
            /Karen Kinnison
        Robert Buchanan (U) (W)
            /Jason Washington
        Jamin Burton (U) (W) jamin.burton@gmail.com
            /Victor Neves
        Darrell Castle (C) dlc25861@aol.com
            /Scott Bradley
        Hillary Clinton (D)
            /Timothy Kaine
        Rogue De La Fuente (U) rogue@rocky2016.com
            /Michael Steinberg
        Cherunda Fox (U) (W) cherundafox@yahoo.com
            /Roger Kushner
        Rocky Giordani (I) therock214289@hotmail.com
            /Farley Anderson
        Tom Hoefling (U) (W) tomhoefling@gmail.com
            /Steve Schulin
        Gary Johnson (L)
            /Bill Weld
        Alyson Kennedy (U) swp2016campaign@gmail.com
            /Osborne Hart
        Laurence Kotlikoff (U) (W) kotlikoff@gmail.com
            /Edward Leamer
        David Limbaugh (U) (W)
            /Bo Gingrich
        Evan McMullin (U) info@evanmcmullin.com
            /Mindy Finn
        Monica Moorehead (U) wwp2016@workers.org
            /Lamont Lilly
        Stephen Parks (U) (W) stevenparksusa@gmail.com
        Janet Reid (U) (W) janetlouisereid@gmail.com
            /John Reid
        Marshall Schoenke (U) (W) bambamamun@gmail.com
            /James Mitchell
        Mike Smith (U) (W) smithandwhite2016@gmail.com
            /Daniel White
        Emidio Soltysik (U) (W) zestysession@gmail.com NOTE
            /Angela Walker
        Jill Stein (U) john.andrews@jill2016.com
            /Ajamu Baraka
        Sheila Tittle (U) (W) samm@samm2016.com
            /Charles Casper-Kacprowicz
        Donald Trump (R)
            /Mike Pence
        Tony Valdivia (U) (W) ajvaldeivia@att.net
            /Aaron Barriere

    US Senate

        Bill Barron (U) billbarron10@gmail.com
        Stoney Fonua (I) stoneyfanua@yahoo.com
        Mike Lee (R)(I) DC Email 202-224-5444 W
        Misty Snow (D) sasami_fan@hotmail.com

    US House of Representatives District 2

        Charlene Albarran (D) charlene@charlenealbarran.com 385-355-9984 W
        Paul McCollaum (C) pjmcjr@constitutionmail.us
        Chris Stewart (R)(I) chris@stewartforutah.com DC Email 202-225-9730 W

State

    Governor/Lieutenant Governor

        L S Brown (U) freedom4fam@gmail.com
        Gary Herbert (R)(I) info@garyherbert.com
            /Spencer Cox
        Brian Kamerath (L) brian@vfuels.com
            /Barry Short
        Dell Schanze (I) info@totallyawesome.com
            /Gregory Duerden
        Mike Weinholtz (D) mike@mikeforutah.com
            /Kim Bowman

    Attorney General

        Jon Harper (D) jharper@jonharperlaw.com
        Michael Isbell (I) mike@mrisbel.com
        Andrew McCullough (L) wandrew@prodigy.net
        Sean Reyes (R)(I) Info@seanreyes.com 801-209-3688

    State Auditor

        John Dougall (R) auditorjohndougall@gmail.com
        Jared Green (I) jlgreen357m@yahoo.com
        Mike Mitchell (D) mitchell.mg@comcast.net

    State Treasurer

        David Damschen (R) dcdamschen@gmail.com
        Neil Hansen (D) neilahansen@gmail.com
        Richard Proctor (C) provis@sulmega.com

    Utah State Senate District 22

        CE06, CE07, CE09, CE10, CE11

        Not in 2016

    Utah State Senate District 23

        CE01, CE02, CE03, CE04, CE05, CE08

        Steve Hartwick (D) votehartwick@gmail.com 801-309-9188
        Todd Weiler (R)(I) toddweiler@comcast.net 801-599-9823 M

    Utah State House of Representatives District 18

        Timothy Hawkes (R)(I) timothy.d.hawkes@gmail.com 385-239-3600

    Utah State School Board District 5 Non-Partisan

        Not in 2016

Davis County

    Davis County Commissioner

        Randy Elliott (R) elliottfordavis@gmail.com
        Laren Livingston (D) laren.livingston@yahoo.com

    Davis County School Board District 2 Non-Partisan

        CE01, CE02, CE03, CE04, CE05, CE06, CE07, CE10, CE11

        Larry Smith (I) larry.w.smith@comcast.net
        John Robison johnl.robison@gmail.com

    Davis County School Board District 3 Non-Partisan

        CE08 & CE09

        Not in 2016

Centerville City

        No City Offices in 2016

Propositions

Note: In the following propositions, [stricken] text represents words and/or punctuation to be removed from the Utah State Constitution while underlined text represents words and/or punctuation to be added.

    Proposition 1 – Constitutional Ammendment A

Shall the Utah Constitution be amended to make a technical wording change in the oath of office that elected and appointed officers are required to take?

AMENDS:

ARTICLE IV, SECTION 10

Be it resolved by the Legislature of the state of Utah, two-thirds of all members elected to each of the two houses voting in favor thereof:

Section 1. It is proposed to amend Utah Constitution, Article IV, Section 10, to read:

Article IV, Section 10. [Oath of office.]

All officers made elective or appointive by this Constitution or by the laws made in pursuance thereof, before entering upon the duties of their respective offices, shall take and subscribe the following oath or affirmation: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support, obey, and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of [this] the State of Utah, and that I will discharge the duties of my office with fidelity.”

Section 2. Submittal to voters.

The lieutenant governor is directed to submit this proposed amendment to the voters of the state at the next regular general election in the manner provided by law.

Section 3. Contingent effective date.

If the amendment proposed by this joint resolution is approved by a majority of those voting on it at the next regular general election, the amendment shall take effect on January 1, 2017.

    Proposition 2 – Constitutional Ammendment B

Shall State School Fund provisions of the Utah Constitution be amended to:

modify the description of what can be distributed from the State School Fund from “interest and dividends” to “earnings”;

limit annual distributions from the State School Fund to 4% of the Fund; and

modify the standard governing how the state is required to invest money in the Fund.

AMENDS:
ARTICLE X, SECTION 5

Be it resolved by the Legislature of the state of Utah, two-thirds of all members elected to each of the two houses voting in favor thereof:

Section 1. It is proposed to amend Utah Constitution, Article X, Section 5, to read:

Article X, Section 5. [State School Fund and Uniform School Fund — Establishment and use — Debt guaranty.]

(1) There is established a permanent State School Fund which [shall consist] consists of [revenue from the following sources]:

(a) proceeds from the sales of all lands granted by the United States to this state for the support of the public elementary and secondary schools;

(b) 5% of the net proceeds from the sales of United States public lands lying within this state;

(c) all revenues derived from nonrenewable resources on state lands, other than sovereign lands and lands granted for other specific purposes;

(d) all revenues derived from the use of school trust lands;

(e) revenues appropriated by the Legislature; and

(f) other revenues and assets received by the [fund] permanent State School Fund under any other provision of law or by bequest or donation.

(2) (a) The permanent State School Fund [principal] shall be [safely] prudently invested by the state and shall be held by the state in perpetuity.

(b) Only [the interest and dividends] earnings received from investment of the permanent State School Fund may be [expended] distributed from the fund, and any distribution from the fund shall be for the support of the public education system as defined in Article X, Section 2 of this constitution.

(c) Annual distributions from the permanent State School Fund under Subsection (2)(b) may not exceed 4% of the fund, calculated as provided by statute.

[(c)] (d) The Legislature may make appropriations from school trust land revenues to provide funding necessary for the proper administration and management of those lands consistent with the state’s fiduciary responsibilities towards the beneficiaries of the school land trust. Unexpended balances remaining from the appropriation at the end of each fiscal year shall be deposited in the permanent State School Fund.

[(d)] (e) The permanent State School Fund shall be guaranteed by the state against loss or diversion.

(3) There is established a Uniform School Fund which [shall consist of revenue from the following sources] consists of:

(a) [interest and dividends] money from the permanent State School Fund;

(b) revenues appropriated by the Legislature; and

(c) other revenues received by the [fund] Uniform School Fund under any other provision of law or by donation.

(4) The Uniform School Fund shall be maintained and used for the support of the state’s public education system as defined in Article X, Section 2 of this constitution and apportioned as the Legislature shall provide.

(5) (a) Notwithstanding Article VI, Section 29, the State may guarantee the debt of school districts created in accordance with Article XIV, Section 3, and may guarantee debt incurred to refund the school district debt. Any debt guaranty, the school district debt guaranteed thereby, or any borrowing of the state undertaken to facilitate the payment of the state’s obligation under any debt guaranty shall not be included as a debt of the state for purposes of the 1.5% limitation of Article XIV, Section 1.

(b) The Legislature may provide that reimbursement to the state shall be obtained from monies which otherwise would be used for the support of the educational programs of the school district which incurred the debt with respect to which a payment under the state’s guaranty was made.

Section 2. Submittal to voters.

The lieutenant governor is directed to submit this proposed amendment to the voters of the state at the next regular general election in the manner provided by law.

Section 3. Contingent effective date.

If the amendment proposed by this joint resolution is approved by a majority of those voting on it at the next regular general election, the amendment shall take effect on July 1, 2017.

    Proposition 3 – Constitutional Ammendment C

Shall the Utah Constitution be amended to allow a property tax exemption for tangible personal property that is leased by the state or by a county, city, town, school district, or other political subdivision of the state?

AMENDS:

ARTICLE XIII, SECTION 3

Be it resolved by the Legislature of the state of Utah, two-thirds of all members elected to each 25 of the two houses voting in favor thereof:

Section 1. It is proposed to amend Utah Constitution, Article XIII, Section 3, to read:

Article XIII, Section 3. [Property tax exemptions.]

(1) The following are exempt from property tax:

(a) property owned by the State;

(b) property owned by a public library;

(c) property owned by a school district;

(d) property owned by a political subdivision of the State, other than a school district, and located within the political subdivision;

(e) property owned by a political subdivision of the State, other than a school district, and located outside the political subdivision unless the Legislature by statute authorizes the property tax on that property;

(f) property owned by a nonprofit entity used exclusively for religious, charitable, or educational purposes;

(g) places of burial not held or used for private or corporate benefit;

(h) farm equipment and farm machinery as defined by statute;

(i) water rights, reservoirs, pumping plants, ditches, canals, pipes, flumes, power plants, and transmission lines to the extent owned and used by an individual or corporation to irrigate land that is:

(i) within the State; and

(ii) owned by the individual or corporation, or by an individual member of the corporation; and

(j) (i) if owned by a nonprofit entity and used within the State to irrigate land, provide domestic water, as defined by statute, or provide water to a public water supplier:

(A) water rights; and

(B) reservoirs, pumping plants, ditches, canals, pipes, flumes, and, as defined by statute, other water infrastructure;

(ii) land occupied by a reservoir, ditch, canal, or pipe that is exempt under Subsection (1)(j)(i)(B) if the land is owned by the nonprofit entity that owns the reservoir, ditch, canal, or pipe; and

(iii) land immediately adjacent to a reservoir, ditch, canal, or pipe that is exempt under Subsection (1)(j)(i)(B) if the land is:

(A) owned by the nonprofit entity that owns the adjacent reservoir, ditch, canal, or pipe; and

(B) reasonably necessary for the maintenance or for otherwise supporting the operation of the reservoir, ditch, canal, or pipe.

(2) (a) The Legislature may by statute exempt the following from property tax:

(i) tangible personal property constituting inventory present in the State on January 1 and held for sale in the ordinary course of business;

(ii) tangible personal property present in the State on January 1 and held for sale or processing and shipped to a final destination outside the State within 12 months;

(iii) subject to Subsection (2)(b), property to the extent used to generate and deliver electrical power for pumping water to irrigate lands in the State;

(iv) up to 45% of the fair market value of residential property, as defined by statute;

(v) household furnishings, furniture, and equipment used exclusively by the owner of that property in maintaining the owner’s home; and

(vi) tangible personal property that, if subject to property tax, would generate an inconsequential amount of revenue.

(b) The exemption under Subsection (2)(a)(iii) shall accrue to the benefit of the users of pumped water as provided by statute.

(3) The following may be exempted from property tax as provided by statute:

(a) property owned by a disabled person who, during military training or a military conflict, was disabled in the line of duty in the military service of the United States or the State;

(b) property owned by the unmarried surviving spouse or the minor orphan of a person who:

(i) is described in Subsection (3)(a); or

(ii) during military training or a military conflict, was killed in action or died in the line of duty in the military service of the United States or the State; [and]

(c) real property owned by a person in the military or the person’s spouse, or both, and used as the person’s primary residence, if the person serves under an order to federal active duty out of state for at least 200 days in a calendar year or 200 consecutive days[.]; and

(d) tangible personal property leased by the State or by a political subdivision of the State.

(4) The Legislature may by statute provide for the remission or abatement of the taxes of the poor.

Section 2. Submittal to voters.

The lieutenant governor is directed to submit this proposed amendment to the voters of the state at the next regular general election in the manner provided by law.

Section 3. Contingent effective date.
If the amendment proposed by this joint resolution is approved by a majority of those voting on it at the next regular general election, the amendment shall take effect on January 1, 2017.

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Elections 2016 – Updated 2017-08-11