Heber City Council

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

The results of a ranked-choice voting election. | Download Raw Summary Data
Round Eliminated Winners
Round 1
Round 2 BRYCE HOOVER YVONNE M. BARNEY

Round 1

Candidate What changed Current total votes
YVONNE M. BARNEY 1,045 votes in the first round 34.4%
1,045 votes
WAYNE HARDMAN 1,240 votes in the first round 40.8%
1,240 votes
BRYCE HOOVER 752 votes in the first round 24.8%
752 votes
Inactive Ballots All ballots are active in the first round

Round 2

Candidate What changed Current total votes
YVONNE M. BARNEY Elected: Gained 467 votes 50.8%
1,512 votes
WAYNE HARDMAN Gained 226 votes 49.2%
1,466 votes
BRYCE HOOVER Eliminated: 752 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive
Inactive Ballots 59 ballots became inactive

YVONNE M. BARNEY

Round What changed Current total votes
Round 1 1045.0 first-round votes. 100.0%
3,037 votes
Round 2 Elected. Gained 467 votes from BRYCE HOOVER. 100.0%
2,978 votes

WAYNE HARDMAN

Round What changed Current total votes
Round 1 1240.0 first-round votes. 100.0%
3,037 votes
Round 2 Gained 226 votes from BRYCE HOOVER. 100.0%
2,978 votes

BRYCE HOOVER

Round What changed Current total votes
Round 1 752.0 first-round votes. Eliminated. 100.0%
3,037 votes

Inactive Ballots

Round What changed Current total votes
Round 1 0 first-round votes. 3,037
ballots
Round 2 Gained 59 votes from BRYCE HOOVER. 2,978
ballots
Candidate name Round 1 Round 2
YVONNE M. BARNEY

34.4%

1,045 votes

50.8%

1,512 votes
WAYNE HARDMAN

40.8%

1,240 votes

49.2%

1,466 votes
BRYCE HOOVER

24.8%

752 votes
Inactive Ballots

0

ballots

59

ballots


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