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UAGE asked for a 1% longevity – and we got it.

UAGE asked that those red-lined or capped not be punished for having seniority. UAGE asked for a 1% longevity – and we got it.

Watch Live: Meet the Candidates

If you were not able to make it tonight, you can watch the Meet the candidate event Live.

Sherrie Swensen – Salt Lake County Clerk

I have been honored to serve the citizens of Salt Lake County and I hope to continue in that service where I oversee the Marriage, Passport, Council Clerk and Election Divisions. As County Clerk, I have greatly expanded voter registration opportunities by implementing voter outreach drives at high schools, senior citizen centers and events. By offering a Permanent Vote-by-Mail Program, which now includes over 125,000 voters, and establishing numerous early voting locations, I have made it convenient and accessible for our citizens to vote.
My office website (www.clerk.slco.org) contains valuable information where voters can check their registration status, view a sample ballot for their precinct, find their Election Day polling location, track their vote-by-mail ballot, obtain a marriage license application, etc.

Wanda Amann County Clerk

Who is Wanda Amann?
Wanda Amann received her BS in Economics from the University of Utah in 1989 while working full time.

Her professional background includes:

Landlord and Property Manager

National Sales Manager, Frito-Lay

Regional Sales & Marketing, for Monsanto Nylons

Customer Service & Inventory Manager, Sales Management and Product Development, Huish Detergents

Retail Store Manager, Sherwin-Williams

Sim Gill District Attorney

Sim Gill was elected Salt Lake County District Attorney in November 2010. As a veteran prosecutor, Sim has been a champion on issues of therapeutic justice, criminal prosecution and alternatives to prosecution. He has long been an advocate of taking a systems approach to the issues of criminal and social justice, focusing on collaborative and community-oriented approaches to problem solving.

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