Basically, to give you the opportunity to exercise one of our most-important constitutional privileges as Americans, and that’s to vote.
As your State Representative for District 16 which covers most of east Layton, and portions of Clearfield and South Weber, it has been my privilege to represent you in the Utah House of Representatives.
Throughout my service, I have prided myself on being your voice in state government and helping make government work for you.
While doing so, I have adhered to basic mainstream and conservative principles of less government and lower taxes while fervently supporting the U.S. and Utah Constitutions.
In my bid for re-election this year, I hit a bump in the road. The Caucus Convention System that has worked well in the past didn’t work this year.
On March 8, the Republican District 16 Caucus Night was held at Northridge High School. For many reasons, the attendance was poor. Out of 11, 773 registered Republicans, no more than 250 showed up and several of the 42 precincts were not attended at all. In many precincts, only one or two people were present. By and large, those that attended share extreme views not consistent with our neighborhoods and community.