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Legislative primary results

Published June 24, 2014 9:07 pm
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Unofficial results from Tuesday's Utah primary election. x-indicates winner advancing to general election, (i)-indicates incumbent.

Legislative contests

SENATE DISTRICT 2

Salt Lake City

(Republicans)

x-Jacquie Nielsen 959

George Chapman 647

Winner faces Democratic Sen. Jim Dabakis

SENATE DISTRICT 28

Southern Utah

(Republicans)

x-Sen. Evan Vickers (i) 5,195

Casey Anderson 2,543

Winner is unopposed

HOUSE DISTRICT 7

Weber County

(Republicans)

x-Justin Fawson (i) 1,022

Dan Deuel 766

Winner faces Democrat Camille Neider and Libertarian Roger Condie

HOUSE DISTRICT 19

Davis County

(Republicans)

x-Raymond Ward 2,525

Chet Loftis 2,272

Winner faces Democrat Daniel Donahue and Independent American candidate Eli Cawley

HOUSE DISTRICT 38

Kearns

(Democrats)

Elias McGraw 80

x-Chrystal Butterfield 159

Winner faces Republican Rep. Eric Hutchings

HOUSE DISTRICT 60

Orem

(Republicans)

Dana Layton (i) 1,281

x-Brad Daw 1,532

HOUSE DISTRICT 72

Cedar City

(Republicans)

x-John Westwood (i) 1,936

Blake Cozzens 738

Winner faces Libertarian candidate Barry Short

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