Election Public Notices 

I, Quinn Hall, Grand County Clerk/ Auditor, hereby give notice that on Thursday October 15, 2020 at 2:00 PM at the Grand County Clerk/ Auditor's Office at 125 East Center Street, Moab, Utah there will be a demonstration of logic and accuracy testing of the Express Vote Terminal and DS 200 Tabulator to be used in the 2020 General Election. 


Published- September 29th, 2020



I, Quinn Hall, Grand County Clerk/Auditor, hereby give notice that the following Propositions will be on the ballot for the upcoming election to be held in Grand County on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020. 

Proposition 10

Shall Grand County adopt the alternate form of government known as the Council-Manager Form pursuant to the Optional Plan for Grand County Government that the study committee has recommended? 


Proposition 16

Shall Section 2.04.030 (Governing body) of the Grand County Plan for County Government be amended to change the composition of the Commission from seven members to five, as follows:

The governing body of the county shall be a seven five-member county commission (the

“Commission”), which shall . . .


Proposition 17

 

Shall Section 2.04.040 (Election, qualifications, terms and nominations of commission

members) of the Grand County Plan for County Government be amended to remove

district seats and elect all commission members at-large, as follows:

 

A. Two commission members shall be elected from the county at large. For the purpose

of electing the remaining commission members, the county shall be divided into districts

(the "commission districts") as provided in Section 2.04.050, and the voters of each

commission district shall elect one member to the commission.

 

  1. All Commission members shall be elected from the county at large.

 

Eligible Grand County voters may submit arguments for or against Propositions 10, 16 and 17. Requests to submit arguments for or against must be filed with the Grand County Clerk no later than August 31st, 2020. If two or more eligible voters wish to submit arguments for or against, the Grand County Clerk shall designate one of the voters to submit an argument. Arguments for or against the propositions must not exceed 500 words in length and must be submitted to the Grand County Clerk by September 4th, 2020.