Election day is Tuesday, November 2, 2021.

Active registered voters will receive a by mail ballot beginning October 12. 



Larry Lilly     Michelle Tait

Jeffery H. Pearce     Stephen Weiss     David Schad     Maxwell V. Jackson

Kenny Loveland


Historical President, Rutherford B. Hayes once said, “To vote is like the payment of a debt, a duty never to be neglected, if its performance is possible.” 

Your chance to participate in the municipal election is coming up. Many cities are electing city council members and mayors. These local leaders will make decisions that have a direct impact on your day-to-day life. Please take the time to have your voice heard this election season.

Everyone in Weber County will be receiving ballots for the General Election. The Weber School District is having a bond election, included in this ballot mailing. Active registered voters will receive a by mail ballot beginning October 12. 

Voters that need a replacement ballot may call the Weber County Elections Office (801-399-8034) until October 26. 

Voters that miss this deadline may pick up a replacement ballot at the Weber Center on October 27, 28, 29 and November 1 from 12-6pm or November 2 from 7am-8pm. 

Ballot drop boxes will be available at the Weber Center, Weber State University, all Weber County Libraries and City Offices. Voters can save a stamp by using any of these twenty-one ballot drop boxes throughout the county. Drop boxes are open 24 hours a day until 8pm on November 2. 

To find information about candidates visit candidate profiles on www.vote.utah.gov



























Notice of Municipal Election

In accordance with Utah Code Annotated §10-3-301, Harrisville City will have one (1) Mayoral seat (4-year term), two (2) City Council seats (4-year terms), and one (1) City Council seat (2-year term) open for election this year. Those interested in running for any of these seats must file a Declaration of Candidacy, in person, with the City Recorder at the Harrisville City Offices located at 363 West Independence Blvd, Harrisville, during office hours as prescribed by law between June 1, 2021 and June 7, 2021. A Nomination Petition may also be filed during the same time period. Filing fees apply. Any person filing a declaration of candidacy for a municipal office must meet the requirements of Utah Code Annotated §20A-9-203. Candidates must also file the campaign financial disclosures required by state law. For more information contact the City Recorder at 801-782-4100, Ext. 1000. Primary Election will be held August 10, 2021. General Election will be held November 2, 2021.


Qualifications for a Candidate are (UCA §20A-9-203):

1.       United States Citizen.

2.       Registered voter of the Municipality (Harrisville City)

3.       Resident of the Municipality (Harrisville City) or recently annexed territory for a period of 12 consecutive months immediately before the date of the election.

4.       In accordance with Utah Constitution Article IV, Section 6, any mentally incompetent person, and person convicted of a felony, or any person convicted of treason or a crime against the elective franchise may not hold office in this state until the right to hold elective office is restored.


Mayor Seat (4 year term):  Michelle Tait

Mayor Seat (4 year term): Larry Lilly

Council Member (4 year term): David Schad

Council Member (4 year term): Stephen Weiss

Council Member (4 year term): Jeffery Pearce

Council Member (4 year term): Maxwell Jackson

Council Member (2 year term): Kenny Loveland

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MAIL-IN Ballots

Mail-in Ballots can be dropped in the Ballot Drop box in the parking lot of the City Offices 24 hours a day until 8pm on November 2. 


In order to register in Weber County, you must contact the Office of the Weber County Clerk, 2380 Washington Blvd., Ogden, UT. Their telephone number is (801) 399-8400. Office Hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To vote, a citizen must be a registered voter. To register to vote in Utah, you must:

  • Be a US Citizen;

  • Be a resident of Utah (primary residence) for 30 days immediately before the next election; and

  • Be at least 18 years of age on or before the next election.



During the 2009 legislative session HB126S2 made significant changes in voter identification laws. One of those changes is that valid voter identification is now required when voting at the polls on election day. Voters who do not have valid voter identification can cast a provisional ballot and then present valid voter identification to the election officer within five (5) business days after the election in order for their provisional ballot to be counted.

Valid Voter ID includes the following:

  • Currently valid Utah driver license

  • The name and address on the Utah driver license must match the name address in the registrar's voter registration book

  • Currently valid identification card that is issued by the state or branch, department, or agency of the United States

  • Currently valid Utah permit to carry a concealed weapon

  • Currently valid United States passport

  • A valid tribal identification card, whether or not the card includes a photograph of the voter.

If the voter doesn't have any of the above forms of Valid Voter ID, two forms of identification can be shown to the election judges that bear the name of the voter and provide evidence that the voter resides in the voting precinct, which may include:

  • Current utility bill dated within 90 days before the election

  • Bank or other financial account statement

  • Check issued by the state or federal government

  • Paycheck from the voter's employer

  • Currently valid Utah hunting or fishing license

  • Currently valid United States military identification card

  • Certified naturalization documentation

  • Currently valid license issued by an authorized agency of the United States

  • A certified copy of court records showing the voter's adoption or name change

  • A Bureau of Indian Affairs card

  • A tribal treaty card

  • A valid Medicaid card, Medicare card, or Electronic Benefits Transfer Card

  • A currently valid identification card issued by a local government within the State; an employer for an employee; or a college, university technical school or professional school located within the state

  • A current Utah vehicle registration

  • A form of identification that does not contain a photograph, but establishes the name of the voter and provides evidence that the voter resides in the voting precinct, if at least one other form of identification listed above is also presented.