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The Declaration of Candidacy filing period ended Tuesday, Aug. 17 at 5 p.m. for the Nov. 2, 2021, Municipal General Election. The City of Moab had six candidates file for the two open City Council seats and seven candidates file for Mayor.
Candidates for MayorNorm KnappBill WinfieldAaron DaviesStephen J. StocksSherri CostanzaV. Kent GreenJoette Langianese
Candidates for City CouncilJosie KovashLuke WojciechowskiRandall FoxAnthony CharlesMike McCurdyJason Taylor
Ranked Choice Voting
This year, for the first time, Moab will participate in the State of Utah's Ranked Choice Voting Pilot Program. The 2021 election will be conducted by mail using a ranked choice voting ballot.
About Ranked Choice Voting
Ranked choice voting is a nonpartisan electoral reform that gives voters the freedom to rank candidates in order of choice.
Voters rank candidates in order of preference.
Instead of choosing one candidate, ranked choice voting allows voters to rank all candidates according to their preference (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.).
How Ranked Choice Voting Works
In each round of ranked choice voting, the candidate with the lowest number of votes is eliminated. When a voter's number one choice is eliminated, their second choice is included in the count for the second round. This process continues until the final round.
Important Things to Remember About the 2021 Municipal Election
Visit moabcity.org/Elections or scan the QR code for more information.