It is a two-man race for the candidates who want to be the next Davis County Surveyor.
Incumbent Max Elliott is running for re-election and faces challenger Randy Miller.
Elliot, a Republican, lives in Farmington.
He lists why voters should choose him: "I am well-acquainted with Davis County and the needs of the citizens. While I am in the surveyors office, anyone can come and discuss problems related to the land they own. I know who I work for -- I work for the people and will help protect their property rights."
Elliot, 75, said his current occupation is professional land surveyor.
Among the issues he sees as important in the race include:
"Who is most qualified to continue the protection of property rights, and the protection of the U.S. Land Survey system in Davis County," Elliot said.
Miller, who lives in Syracuse, is registered for the race as unaffiliated.
He lists why voters should choose him, saying, "I have declared my independence from the two-party system and will serve without pressure or obligation to any political party, ideological template or big-business campaign donors.
"Property values are sustained by a public/private partnership of professional land surveyors who are both technically proficient and pro-active; virtues that will be sustained in the office of the Davis County Surveyor during my tenure."
Miller, 38, said his current occupation is professional land surveyor.
Among the issue he sees as important in the race include:
"It is tempting in local, state and federal races to get into the weeds over ideological issues and differences. The one over-arching issue in this and every other race is our collective need to have a grown-up conversation about how to return to a government by and for the people or whether to continue with a 'by the parties for the parties' political process," Miller said.