The 2021 American Fork City General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. This year, the citizens of American Fork will vote for Mayor and two Council Members. Additionally, there will be an opinion question on the ballot as to whether or not the city should continue to enact a local sales and use tax of one-tenth (1/10) of one percent (1%) to fund cultural arts facilities and programs and recreational facilities in American Fork (PARC Tax).

A Voter Information Pamphlet will be available shortly for information on the PARC Tax opinion question.

Candidate profiles for Mayor and for Council Member are below. The Candidates are listed in order as per the 2021-2021 master ballot position list as required by Utah State Code. For additional information, contact the recorder's office at 801-763-3000.

**Please note that the candidates have been given the opportunity to submit these statements. American Fork City does not endorse these statements or guarantee their truth or accuracy. The statements reflect the candidates’ view and opinions and not the city’s position.**

2021 Mayoral Candidates

Brad Frost Mayoral Candidate

Brad Frost

Website: votebradfrost.com

Email Address: bradfrostaf@gmail.com

As a lifelong resident advocate of American Fork City, I now have the fortune of watching all eight of my grandchildren grow up here. I understand the pulse of this community and always look to build consensus in all that I do to enrich it. It is very humbling to help lead this city in times of both prosperity and uncertainty. The greatest asset we have in our city lies within its residents. I value my time as Mayor, meeting our wonderful citizens and yearning to understand and address their concerns. 

I pledge to continue giving all my effort in leading this city through the unique challenges we face both today and in the future. I place a high priority on critical infrastructure such as roads, water, parks and trails; and firmly believe that local government has the greatest impact to our residents. We are uniquely positioned as the Hub of so many wonderful amenities which allow biking, hiking, boating and other activities within minutes. I will continue to promote our strengths and make American Fork City a great place to live, work and play. I personally Thank You for your continued support in doing so.

Tim Holley Mayoral Candidate

Timothy Holley 

Website: www.timholleyformayor.com

Husband. Small business owner. MBA. Marine. Conservative. Optimist. Dog dad. Ever since I came to Utah with my family I knew there was something special about this place. I have been blessed to live and work in many locations from Georgia to Hawaii, Australia to Afghanistan. Throughout that time I have always come back to Utah as my home. It is where I decided to start a business. It is where I decided to start a family. It is where I have planted my roots. I have many years of experience leading Marines at various levels, working with senior leaders in organizations helping them solve problems, starting and managing a business through a once in a lifetime pandemic, and volunteering in my local community. I know that the greatest impact is made at the local level and I know that as a community working together we can achieve anything we set our minds to. No problem is too hard to overcome. I am an extremely energetic and active person who loves all things sports (currently jiu jitsu) and outdoors. I love Utah for its natural beauty and you can usually find me in the mountains no matter the season.

Staci Carroll

Staci Carroll 

Website: stacicarroll.com

Staci Carroll has spent 3.5 years serving on the American Fork (AF) City Council. When she first ran for office, Staci was struck by AF’s legacy and strong sense of community. Since elected, Staci has worked hard to drive policies that are responsible and true to AF’s legacy and values.

Staci was born and raised in Orem, graduated from BYU, and has lived in AF for the past 11 years. She and her husband, Diego, have three children who attend AF public schools. She is employed by the BYU Marriott School of Business. Staci’s commitment to community service stems from her parent’s (John and Karen Valentine) +30 years serving on many community boards, the State Legislature, and Utah County Search and Rescue. Staci is an effective leader with a proven ability to build coalitions. Staci has been asked to fill four consecutive year-long assignments as the City Council’s point person for Steel Days, the Chamber of Commerce, and economic development initiatives. These demanding assignments demonstrate the trust that the Mayor and Council have for Staci. During her time in office, Staci has maintained focus on providing funding for public safety, improving infrastructure, managing growth, driving economic development, and building community.

Ryan HunterRyan Hunter

Website: voteryanhunter.com 

I love our city. We lost a great advocate with the passing of Barbara Christiansen and I am humbled to have been appointed to fulfill the remainder of her term. I look forward to hearing from you as one of your representatives and I can commit to placing my votes firmly on the intention of protecting what our city is, and what it can responsibly become, with no ulterior motives. 

As a sixth generation resident of American Fork, AF is home. It means a lot to me to honor and preserve the heritage that brought us to where we are now. Having served in numerous positions for 15+ years, I have shown I can work well with many people and have shown a commitment to working for the community. 


  • AF Planning Commission (2019-2021) 
  • Chair - AF Public Safety Bond (2019) 
  • AF Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (2007-2018) 
  • Inaugural chair for the Steel Days Committee managed by the Chamber of Commerce (2018) 
  • Business Person of the Year 
  • Special Honors - Section Six Utah Highway Patrol 
  • Graduate - AFPD Citizens Academy 
  • Board Member/Chair - Renaissance Academy Charter School School Land Trust Board

Carissa George CC CandidateCarissa George 

Carissa George is running for American Fork City Council. She has lived in American Fork for 5 1/2 years with her husband and two children. She graduated from Utah Valley University earning a Bachelors in Business Management with an emphasis in Human Resources. Prior to raising her children at home she worked as an Executive Team Leader at Target Corporation for eight years helping improve metrics, processes, and teams. She is a people person with a knack for problem-solving, efficiency, improvement, and equality. 

Carissa is passionate about her community. She is invested in the safety and success of American Fork. She will use her voice at the table to help make decisions that ensure the safety and success of our individual families, as well as our community as a whole. She will honor the city’s past and traditions while helping to usher in new growth and expansion, and ensuring the future of American Fork is as safe, peaceful, and successful as our history. If you would like to learn more about Carissa, you can find her @colourcurls on instagram.

Mayoral Candidates Contact Information

Candidate's Name

Contact Information

Date Filed

Brad Frost336 East 160 North
American Fork, Utah 84003
June 1, 2021
Tim Holley276 North 250 West
American Fork, Utah 84003
June 4, 2021

City Council Candidates Contact Information

Candidate's NameContact InformationDate Filed
Staci Carroll1146 North 1050 East
American Fork, Utah 84003
June 1, 2021
Ryan Hunter1080 North 100 East
American Fork, Utah 84003
June 2, 2021
Carissa George570 North 100 East
American Fork, Utah 84003
June 7, 2021


Utah State Code §10-3-208 outlines how and when the campaign Finance Disclosures are to be filed.  Campaign Finance Disclosures for the 2021 Municipal General election are due in the City Recorder’s office by 5:00 p.m. on the following dates:

  • October 26, 2021 (7 days before the General Election)
  • December 2, 2021 (30 days after the General Election)

The Campaign Finance Statements will be available to the public within one day of submittal and on the city’s website within seven days, if not sooner.



For information on Voter Registration or what precinct a registered voter is in, visit Vote.Utah.Gov or call Utah County Elections Office at 801.851.8128. Please make sure you voter registration is correct if you have moved since the last election. Ballots will not be forwarded!


The election will be conducted by mail. This means that every registered voter will receive a ballot in the mail to the address that is in the voter registration records. It is VERY important that voter registration is current! 

For a ballot to be counted, it must be postmarked no later than November 1st or dropped off at the ballot drop box located at the Library no later than 8:00 p.m. on election day, November 2.

All ballots will have the signature on the ballot verified with the signature that is on file in the voter registration record. If there is an issue with the signature, the voter will be contacted by the Utah County Elections office and allowed to correct the issue.



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