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Marsha Morrow
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Centerville, UT 84014
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Centerville City Candidates

2017 Centerville Municipal Election

as of JUNE 8, 2017

 

Candidates mayor position

(Names are listed as they will appear on the ballot as per the Master Ballot Position List Prepared by Lt. Governor’s Office)

RANDY RANDALL

As the Centerville City Public Works director for the past 35 years, I have enjoyed working closely with eight mayors and more than 40 different city council members. This has given me an extensive and practical understanding of the issues facing our city.

As Centerville has grown, I have played an instrumental role in developing our infrastructure, always using public funds with wisdom and integrity. I've consistently used my ability to identify and analyze problems and find creative solutions to save taxpayer dollars and have been honored with 14 county, state and national awards for efficiency and innovation in our community.

Centerville is a big part of me. It is a wonderful place to live and raise a family and is full of good people. It also has its share of challenges. As mayor, I will continue to work diligently to find creative solutions to our challenges and implement innovative and efficient strategies in all city functions. I will draw upon my experience, good judgment and personal integrity to ensure that our city will remain a wonderful place for our children to raise their families.

If elected, I will suspend my employment according to state law.

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CLARK WILKINSON

The role of mayor is more than just familiarity of issues, but requires a particular skill-set as it is, quite literally, CEO of the city.

As a CPA with an MBA, Clark is experienced in governmental auditing, specifically city audits, is PFS and CGMA certified, and has experience in managing multi-million dollar business’ issues.  As the owner of a local CPA firm, he is also cognizant of the challenges facing small businesses.  Centerville is dealing with several fiscal concerns, and Clark Wilkinson is the only candidate with the education and expertise to navigate those issues.

A mayor must have the disposition and ability to lead.

Clark serves as the UACPA Key Person Committee Chairman, is on the Board of Advisors for the School of Accountancy at USU, and is Finance Committee Chair for Davis Behavioral Health.  He was named the Outstanding CPA in Public Practice in 2009, the Outstanding Alumnus for USU School of Accountancy, 2010, and received the 2016 UACPA Distinguished Service Award. He has experience leading with integrity and creating unity, and has received the endorsement of several previous city mayors and council members.

Clark, and his wife, Janie, have raised their family in Centerville since 2000.

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Paul Cutler  (withdrew his declaration of candidacy for mayor position)

 Andy Bevalas (withdrew his declaratin of candidacy for mayor position

Candidates City Council positions (vote for two)

(Names are listed as they will appear on the ballot as per the 2016-2017 Master Ballot Position List prepared by Lt. Governor’s Office)

Bruce Pitt (withdrew his Declaration of Candidacy for a Council position 8-17-2017)

Stephanie Ivie

Stephanie Ivie is delighted by the opportunity to serve the citizens of Centerville for the next four years. She is honored to have met so many wonderful neighbors, and looks forward to meeting more of you.

Tami Fillmore

Tami is an active mother of 8 children plus one new son-in-law. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the UofU with two degrees. Subsequently, she has accumulated countless hours of continuing education in community planning. It has been her honor to use this knowledge to serve Centerville on various city and regional committees, the Planning Commission, and the City Council.

As a planner, Tami is trained to look into the future and deal realistically with change. Since 1980, Centerville’s population has doubled and, although that growth has slowed in our city, it is not slowing in the region around us. Proactive planning ensures we retain the qualities and values we love most about Centerville amidst these changes.

Tami’s number one goal is a Quality Centerville. This includes being committed to parks, trails and streets that promote healthy living, strong economic health, beautification efforts, preservation of nature, honoring our history, and most importantly, a citizen-centered government.  To that end, Tami will be holding regular issue-oriented discussions in her home to hear more from you!  Learn more at tamiforcenterville.com, Tami For Centerville @Tami4Cville on Twitter, tamiforcenterville on Instagram, and like Tami for Centerville on Facebook to keep up on all things Centerville.

All voting will be done by mail for the 2017 municipal elections. However, there will be one vote center on Election Day at Centerville Elementary School, 350 North 100 East, Centerville.

General ElectionThe General Election will be held on November 7, 2017 for the mayoral candidates and the two city council positions.

For registration, important dates, polling locations, etc. visit Davis County's election page at: http://www.co.davis.ut.us/clerk-auditor/elections2

CANDIDATE INFORMATION

CANDIDATE INFORMATION PACKET

UTAH MASTER BALLOT POSITION LIST

UTAH CODE 20A-7-801

UTAH CODE 20A-6-305

UTAH CODE 20A-9-206

UTAH CODE 20A-9-203

CANDIDATE PROFILE INFORMATION - STATE WEBSITE

PLEDGE OF FAIR CAMPAIGN PRACTICES FORM

DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY FORM

CAMPAIGN SIGN PACKET

CAMPAIGN FINANCES

CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURE PACKET

CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURE FORM

CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURE ACKNOWLEDGMENT

STATE CODE 10-3-208

STATE CODE 10-3-209

MUNICIPAL CODE 2.03.070

For 2015 campaign finance disclosures, please visit: https://disclosures.utah.gov/Municipal/