Canine Mayor of Salt Lake County Elections
Posted by Ben McAdams
September 3, 2014
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Salt Lake County is going to the dogs – literally. Last week I was excited to announce the first-ever race for Canine Mayor of Salt Lake County! Does your dog have what it takes to be a leader?
Your dog must be spayed or neutered, licensed, fully vaccinated and well-behaved. As representatives for dogs throughout the county, they must earn the trust of dogs and their humans. The winner will serve a two year term and will be my sidekick at ribbon-cuttings, park ground-breakings, and so
Filing for the race closes September 15th. Then, get ready to cast your vote for the dog of your choice on October 1st. Each vote costs a $1 donation to the Animal Shelter’s Injured Animal Fund and all funds will directly help meet the needs
of animals who come into the care of Salt Lake County Animal Services with injuries. Voters can live anywhere and may vote online or in person at the shelter. Visit
Salt Lake County Animal Services to find an application for your canine candidate.
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