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North Logan, Nibley Considering Ranked-Choice Voting For Upcoming Municipal Elections

As municipalities in Cache County face upcoming all-mail elections, some are exploring ranked-choice voting as a way to cut costs.

Ranked-choice voting allows voters to rank candidates in an order of preference in lieu of selecting a single candidate, and municipal leaders say it will help curb the financial impact of costly elections.


North Logan Mayor Damon Cann said the decision to look at ranked-choice voting stems from a fairly recent state legislature decision to have municipal elections statewide conducted by mail. Read the rest of the story on


This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.