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The following are the preliminary election results for the Nibley City Primary Election held on August 15, 2017. Final election results will be certified by the City Council on August 24th after absentee ballot processing is complete. Absentee ballots may still be counted if postmarked by August 14 and received by noon on August 24.  

254 of 2,847 registered voters cast their ballots in the primary election (including 22 absentee ballots) for a total voter turnout of 9%. There were five provisional ballots, three of which have now been counted. Two provisional ballots were not counted due to being rejected by the Cache County Clerk because those two voters were not registered to vote.    

Five candidates were running for two City Council seats. A primary election was held to narrow the field of candidates from five to four candidates prior to the November 7 General Election.  

There are only two candidates running for mayor, therefore a primary election was not held for the mayoral race.

City Council Race Votes Percentage
Kathryn A. Beus  139

 29.57%

Ryan Olsen  53

 11.28%

Allen V. Cook  56

 11.91%

Garrett Mansell  111

 23.62%

Norman L. Larsen  111

 23.62%

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The mission of Nibley City is to make life better for its citizens by fostering community cooperation so residents, businesses, and government work together to develop the City in harmony with its natural environment, historical surroundings, and in accordance with the values and vision of the community as set forth in the General Plan. The City will provide fiscally sound municipal services for a safe, attractive, creative, and viable community.