It's 8:00 p.m., and the polls are now closed. If you'd like to follow real-time election results as they roll in this evening, click the link below, which will take you to the Utah Lieutenant Governors website. Here's the Lt. Guv's main website link, for those readers who'd like to roam around and check out all Primary Election results, state-wide. Navigate the main menu in the left sidebar to view real-time tallies in every race in every jurisdiction around the state, from U.S. President to local school board :
been closely following for the past few months:
- US Senate (GOP)
- US House of Representatives District 1 (Democrats)
- Governor (Constitution)
- State Attorney General (GOP)
- State Auditor (GOP)
- Utah House District 29 (GOP)
- Ogden School Board District Precincts 1 and 5, etc.
Alternately, WCF political wonks might want to try County Clerk/Auditor Ricky Hatch's Weber County Election Office website. We've been tracking this site over the years, and sometimes it's a little more timely than the Lt. Guv's above-linked pages, especially when the Lt. Guv's site gets overwhelmed:
Barcaloungers, folks, as the Lt. Guv's website "scoreboard" begins to light up!
Update 6/26/12 8:15 p.m.: Patience, folks. After seven years linking vote tallies in seven (countem 7) previous elections, we've learned that it often takes a half-hour or more to get the Lt. Guv's online voter count software moving to display the "real-time" vote tallies, (so called).