The final vote was counted on Tuesday showed that Democrat Ben McAdams did not jump on the weapon when he declared victory one day earlier over two-year Republican republics. Mia Love.
He won 694 votes, or a margin of 50,129 percent to 49,871. The margin of 0.258 was barely outside the 0.25 percent that would have allowed Love to request a recount.
At the same time in the state’s Second Proximity to the End, Proposition 4 aimed at ending gerrymandation by creating an independent commission to redraw the political boundaries after Each census also won – with a margin of 50.34-49.66.
These plates came after county channels of statewide votes on Tuesday. A state art on Monday at noon will confirm the final result of the many county streaks.
“Now is the time to get to work for Utah’s people in Congress,” said McAdams, Mayor of Salt Lake County. “It’s time to bring people together and move on.”
Love, the only black female republican in the chamber, issued a statement on Tuesday just thank voters.
“No matter how you voted, I want to express my sincere appreciation for you to participate in the process,” she said. “It’s one of the many reasons why this is the largest country on earth. May we take this week to reflect on the countless blessings of our state and country. Happy Thanksgiving.”
She is out of state for the holiday and said she is planning a press conference on Monday to discuss the race. In addition, she and McAdams said they have not yet talked to the election, but are planning to do so soon.
After the negative campaign, finally, congratulations Gary Herbert McAdams – but tweeted that he hopes Utah’s “ended, will be able to move beyond this unnecessary shattering campaign and that all our candidates will adhere to a higher degree of fortune in the future.”  I hope that Utah’s, especially those in the fourth district, will be able to move beyond this unnecessary splitting campaign and
– Gary Herbert (@GovHerbert) November 21, 2018
Like McAdams, the Prop 4 supporters relieved and sought to be able to adhere to a higher level of civilization in the future. The future.
“The voice of the people will once again be heard when drawing out the lines of legislation – make sure Utah is choosing its representatives and not the opposite. We expect the people’s voice to be honored and honored,” said Better Boundaries co-chairman Jeff Wright and Ralph Becker. ] Steve Griffin | Salt Lake Tribune Former SLC mayor Ralph Becker, right and Jeff Wright talks about the formal launch of the Better Borders initiative, which will ask the voters to create an independent commission to revive political districts. The couple spoke from the Cicero Group’s office in Salt Lake City Thursday, July 20, 2017. “class =” image-lazy “/>
Steve Griffin | Salt Lake Tribune Former SLC mayor Ralph Becker, right and Jeff Wright talks about the formal launch of the Better Borders initiative, which will ask voters to create an independent commission to revive political districts. The couple spoke from the Cicero Group’s office in Salt Lake City on Thursday, July 20, 2017.