SALT LAKE CITY — Tuesday is primary election day around Utah, with Republicans and Democrats choosing their candidates to represent them in the general election in November.
FOX 13 News will have complete coverage of the election and will report any news or updates here throughout the day.
FOX 13 News reporter Ben Winslow wraps up primary election night with a summary of what we saw. More results will likely be posted tomorrow.
Burgess Owens wins Republican nomination for U.S. House in Utah's 2nd Congressional District
Sen. Mike Lee delivers speech after winning Utah Republican Primary election.
Chris Stewart wins Republican nomination for U.S. House in Utah's 4th Congressional District.
Blake Moore wins Republican nomination for U.S. House in Utah's 1st Congressional District. John Curtis also wins Republican nomination for U.S. House in Utah's 3rd Congressional District.
FOX 13 News reporter Ben Winslow breaks down the numbers as they come into the newsroom.
Associated Press calls Utah Senate race for incumbent Sen. Mike Lee
FOX 13 News political reporter Ben Winslow breaks down current election numbers.
Results begin to funnel in to the FOX 13 News room. First results coming from Millard County shows Mike Lee leads in the race for Senator.
POLLS HAVE CLOSED. Elections officials are expected to release the first batch of results shortly. Click here to view.
FOX 13 News reporter Brian Schnee is at a watch party for Sen. Mike Lee, where other incumbents are also waiting for results.
Utah County Election officials say their turnout is a little lower than usual.
Utah officials report that there have not been any major problems in the voting process today across the state. Voter turnout could possibly get as high as 40-50%.
Per @ElectionsUtah, so far no major problems (at least nothing that can't immediately be resolved) at polling places.— Ben Winslow (@BenWinslow) June 29, 2022
Voter turnout could *possibly* get as high as 40-50% when all is said and done this election cycle. @fox13 #utpol #Utah
Sen. Mike Lee and his wife Sharon Lee share a video after casting their votes in Utah's primary election:
FOX 13 News reporter Brian Schnee speaks to voters about what they're looking for in political leaders this election cycle:
FOX 13 News Political Reporter Ben Winslow talks to Utah Lt. Governor Deidre Henderson about how Utah residents can still cast their ballots:
Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen says the overall election turnout in the county is about 33%.
The office of Lt. Governor Deidre Henderson tells FOX 13 News that the Republican turnout across the state is averaging 30% at polling locations.