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Primary voting will end in Jordan on Aug. 11, with in-person voting taking place at the Community Education and Recreation Center. It’s a mid-summer statewide vote that narrows down who will be on the November general election ballot.

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On Nov. 5, local voters will decide whether or not to approve a $39.5 million Jordan Public Schools referendum that consists of three proposals which increase the student levy and secure building bonds for a variety of improvement projects.