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Updated: Preliminary results are in for Park City’s primary election

Updated: September 7, 7:35 a.m.

PARK CITY, Utah — Preliminary results for Park City’s primary election were released Tuesday night.

2,128 ballots were cast out of Park City’s 5,460 registered voters, marking a nearly 39% voter turnout.

In the race for three Park City Council positions, incumbent Ryan Dickey is currently leading with 21% of the vote, followed be Matthew Nagie with 12% and Ed Parigian with 13%.

David “Pickleball Traffic” Dobkin and Jody Whitesides have received the fewest votes so far, with Dobkin raking in just over 3% of the vote and Whitesides receiving 5%.

The two candidates with the fewest votes will be eliminated from the race, and will not move on to Park City’s general election on November 21.

Votes are still being counted in this election, and this story will be updated as new information becomes available.

Park City Municipal unofficial primary election results as of September 6, 2023.

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