NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL OFFICES
in North Ogden City Municipal General Election on November 5, 2019.
• (1) Mayor position, a two year term, beginning January 2020 and ending January 2022
• (3) City Council positions, each a four year term, beginning 2020 and ending January 2024
• (1) City Council position a two year term, beginning January 2020 and ending January 2022• Candidate filing period begins, June 3, 2019 and ends June 7, 2019.
Declaration of Candidacy forms or Nomination Petitions must be filed in person with the City Recorder at 505 E 2600 N, North Ogden, Utah, Monday June 3rd through Friday June 7th between 8 am and 5 pm. Candidate filing deadline ends June 7, 2019 at 5 pm
Questions contact the City Recorder, Annette Spendlove 801-737-9830
Before the filing officer accepts any declaration of candidacy, the filing officer shall read to the candidate the constitutional and statutory requirements for candidacy, and the candidate shall state whether he/she fulfills the requirements. If the candidate indicates that he/she does not qualify, the filing officer may not accept his/her declaration of candidacy (Utah Code Section 20A-9-203).
Utah Code §10-3-301
Utah Code §20A-9-203
- Registered voter in the municipality in which the individual is elected*
- Must have resided within the municipality for which the candidate is seeking office for the 12 consecutive months immediately before the date of the election.
- If the individual resides in a territory which was annexed into the municipality: must have resided within the annexed territory or the municipality the 12 consecutive months immediately before the date of the election.
- Pay filing fee, if one is required by municipal ordinance
- Not convicted of a felony**
* Utah Code §20A-2-101 states: A registered voter (1) is a citizen of the United States; (2) is a resident of Utah; (3) will, on the date of that election, be at least 18 years old, (4) has been a resident of Utah for 30 days immediately before that election; (5) and is registered to vote.
** Utah Code §20A-2-101.5 states: A person convicted of a felony loses the right to hold office until (1) all felony convictions have been expunged, OR (2) ten years have passed since the most recent felony conviction AND the person has paid all court-ordered restitution and fines AND the person has completed probation, been granted parole, or completed the term of incarceration associated with the felony.