Utah 2020 Primary Election Results
Utahns across the state are voting on who will be their party's candidates during the November general elections.
Preliminary results are expected to be released at 10 p.m. MDT on Tuesday, June 30. Due to the unique nature of this election, final results may be days or weeks away.
Governor — Republican
Four Republican candidates for governor are vying for the chance to represent their party on the November ballot against Democrat Chris Peterson. Utah hasn’t elected a democratic governor since 1980. To learn more about each of the candidates, visit KUER’s voter guide.
Attorney General — Republican
Two candidates are competing to be the Republican nominee for Utah attorney general. Whoever wins will go up against Democrat Greg Skordas in the November general election. To understand the differences and similarities between the two Republicans, check out KUER’s voter guide.
1st Congressional District — Republican
Kerry Gibson, Blake Moore, Bob Stevenson and Kattie Witt are looking to become the GOP nominee for Utah's 1st Congressional district. The heavily conservative district has not had an open seat since 2003.
1st Congressional District — Democrat
Four Republican candidates are running in the hopes of representing Utah’s First Congressional District. The seat is open after incumbent Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, announced he’ll retire at the end of his term. To learn more about each of the candidates, visit KUER’s voter guide.
4th Congressional District — Republican
Former NFL Player Burgess Owens won the Republican Primary for the 4th Congressional District, according to the Associated Press, which called the race just 9 minutes after the first results were released. He'll face the state’s lone Democratic member of Congress, Rep. Ben McAdams in November's election. McAdams narrowly unseated the Republican incumbent in 2018, and the 4th Congressional District is high on national Republicans’ priority list to flip. To learn more about the four Republicans who competed in the primary, visit KUER’s voter guide.