Official results_ Biskupski will be next mayor of Salt Lake City
The Salt Lake Tribune, Nov. 17, 2015

Luke, Kitchen, Johnston lead S.L
Deseret News, Nov. 3, 2015

Community activist takes on incumbent in Salt Lake City District 6
The Salt Lake Tribune, Oct. 15, 2015

The Hinkley Institute Radio Hour: SLC District 6 Debate
KCPW, Oct. 14, 2015

Editorial: Johnston, Salazar and Luke the best choices for Salt Lake City Council
The Salt Lake Tribune, Oct. 9, 2015

Video debate at Hinkley Institute of Politics
University of Utah, Oct. 7, 2015

Video interview with Bryan Schott, Oct. 7, 2015

Addressing homelessness, assisting local businesses rank as top issues in SL City Council races
Deseret News, Sept. 30, 2015

Top issues in S.L. City Council race, Sept. 27, 2015

Salt Lake City draws four mayoral hopefuls as candidate deadline expires
The Salt Lake Tribune, June 9, 2015

Five candidates for SLC mayor
Fox 13, June 8, 2015

Election is months away, but city candidates stepping out now
The Salt Lake Tribune, June 2, 2015




Big bucks infuse east-side council races
Sept. 2, 2011, The Salt Lake Tribune

Walmart likely to lose big Salt Lake City Council vote
6 of the 7 council members are leaning toward denying a zoning change
Aug. 28, 2011, The Salt Lake Tribune

How to handle the homeless?
Salt Lake City Council hopefuls weigh in
Aug. 22, 2011, The Salt Lake Tribune

Becker has full war chest, little competition for re-election
Aug. 6, 2011 Deseret News

Politics Up Close: SLC Council Candidate Tracey Harty
July 22, 2011 KCPW interview by Jeff Robinson
The race is on for Salt Lake City Council District Six, representing the east side. We were joined by Tracey Harty. The longtime resident of District Six has been active in the neighborhood’s historic preservation efforts, and lists planning, open space, arts and culture, and dogs among her interests in the race. We asked her about the ideas she brings to the election, and how she’ll distinguish herself from the other two candidates. Listen here

Tracey Harty Announces Candidacy
 for Salt Lake City Council District 6

Native Utahn and first-time politician brings new energy and enthusiasm to city council race
June 11, 2011—Advertising executive and community activist Tracey Harty threw her hat into the ring today, announcing her candidacy for the Salt Lake City Council District 6.

Harty’s plans for the office include strategic planning for the future of the city’s remaining open space, developing transportation options for Foothill Drive, Sunnyside Avenue and 2100 South through “complete streets” planning, updating the East Bench Master Plan and cementing the city’s Historic Preservation Plan to ensure Salt Lake’s treasured assets are preserved.

“I have the enthusiasm, energy and desire to work hard for residents in District 6, to find better ways to communicate new initiatives to residents and to ensure each individual voice is heard at City Hall,” Harty said. “I firmly believe in citizens taking an active part in our government, and this campaign is focused on that—Harty is the best choice for your voice.”

Harty is very active in her neighborhood council, Yalecrest Neighborhood Council, and has served since 2010 as the co-chair of nonprofit Yalecrest Yes! Heritage Preservation Committee. Harty also serves as vice president of the Northern Utah Chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar, an international organization dedicated to the advancement of women in transportation. Professionally, Harty works as an advertising account supervisor at local communications firm Penna Powers Brian Haynes. Prior to joining PPBH, she served as executive director at the nonprofit Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation.

Harty’s roots are deeply planted in Salt Lake soil. Born and raised in the Salt Lake Valley, Harty graduated from East High School in 1984 and the University of Utah in 1990. Harty is married to Bill Harty and has two daughters, Katelin, a graduate of East High School, and Jessianne, a sophomore at West High School.

Political newbies vie for SLC Council
April 4, 2011 The Salt Lake Tribune