Local Headlines 11-5-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Mia Love makes history as first black Republican woman in Congress

Reyes keeps attorney general’s office in GOP hands

Salt Lake County online election results delayed due to server crash

Bishop, Chaffetz and Stewart go back to D.C.

Voters boot three Utah state school board incumbents

Two proposed Utah amendments lose

Deseret News

Richard Davis: There are no losers on Election Day

Jay Evensen: Should voting be required by law?

Groups challenge Moab pipeline decision

Salt Lake County voters select council members, other positions

Troubles with state, S.L. County websites delay election results

1 of 3 amendments to Utah Constitution pass

Voters divided over tax increases, bonds in Salt Lake and Utah counties

Bishop defeats McAleer for second time in 1st District

Republican Sean Reyes elected to fill final two years of John Swallow’s term in attorney general’s office

Stewart wins Utah’s 2nd District in ‘fight to reclaim our country’

Chaffetz to serve fourth term in Congress representing 3rd District

Love beats Owens in 4th District congressional race

Easy wins, close calls in Utah’s biggest election races


Republicans sweep Box Elder County (Standard-Examiner)

RAP and PARAT tax measures succeed in Davis (Standard-Examiner)

Local state races, county commission, RAP tax (SU Independent)

Voters approve bond to rebuild Provo schools (Daily Herald)

Republicans sweep Cache County races; Swink, McAllister, Webb winners (Logan Herald Journal)