2020 Special Election: Filing Period Closed

My fellow Republicans, The filing period has officially closed for the County Clerk/Auditor position. We have three great people who will be working to earn your vote next Saturday, September 19th at Ridgeline High School. We encourage all of the Central Committee members that were elected at the 2018 Caucuses to be in attendance and […]

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2020 Special Election: County Clerk/Auditor Candidates

The County Central Committee, governing body for the Cache County Republican Party will hold a special election Saturday, September 19, 2020 to vote on the replacement for Jill Zollinger, who resigned effective August 31, 2020. More info here: https://cachegop.com/events/special-ccc-meeting-to-elect-a-new-county-clerk/  Candidate Bios (Listed in alphabetical order) Jess Bradfield 435-757-5629; jessbradfield@outlook.com Jess Bradfield has worked as an HR Leader for many […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Midterm Vacancy Notice – Cache County Clerk

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: 09/01/20 CONTACT: Chris Booth, Cache GOP Chair 435.554.4940 chair@cachegop.com MIDTERM VACANCY NOTICE – CACHE COUNTY CLERK/AUDITOR The Cache County Republican Party has set the dates for the filing period and meeting to fill the vacancy for Cache County Clerk. The filing period opens Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at 12:00 PM, and […]

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Message from the Chair – August 5, 2020

Message from the Chair – August 5, 2020 My fellow Cache County Republicans, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was […]

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August 2020 Special Legislative Session

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Last week, the legislature convened the August 2020 special session. During the session,  the Legislature passed 20 bills on a range of issues, including providing Utahns and Utah businesses financial relief by waiving state income tax on PPP loans and CARES Act money, modifying the 2020 general election process, addressing issues […]

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COVID-19 Weekly Update and Special Session Recap

Dear Friends and Neighbors, This week at the Capitol we convened in the 2020 Sixth Special Legislative Session to consider pressing legislative issues relevant during this pandemic. We passed a total of 20 bills on Thursday, August 20. You can watch the recording of the session in the Senate here. Below is a brief recap of […]

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COVID-19 Weekly Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors, I hope you are all keeping safe and healthy. We continue to see a rise in positive COVID-19 cases in our state. While our hospitalization rate is still manageable, it is imperative we each do our part to prevent the spread of the virus. This week the Governor issued a challenge for Utahns […]

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Updates on Covid-19 Efforts – July 8th

Dear Friends and Neighbors, I hope everyone enjoyed celebrating Independence Day this weekend. It surely was a unique one that we won’t soon forget. While many of the old familiar events were cancelled, it seems like everyone was bound and determined to celebrate with gusto. Freedom is always worth celebrating. Utah has made great progress […]

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Senator Sandall: June 2020 Special Legislative Session

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Last week we celebrated Juneteenth. For those of you who don’t know, this holiday commemorates the emancipation of the last remaining African American slaves in the Confederacy. Considering events of the last few weeks, it made this year’s Juneteenth a little more poignant. As part of our special legislative session, a […]

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April Special Legislative Session – Continued

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Thanks to all of you who have been diligent in following the health guidelines during this pandemic. To achieve the best outcomes in flattening the curve, we need everyone to do their part. We are seeing exciting progress, but we must continue to follow social distancing and sanitizing protocols. As of […]

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COVID-19 Weekly Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors, I hope you’ve all enjoyed the sunshine and warmer temperatures this last week. In addition to the beautiful weather, I’m encouraged that as a state we’ve taken important steps forward to slowly begin returning to life as normal. On May 4th, the Utah Department of Health reported 124,661 COVID-19 tests administered, 5,317 positive […]

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Checking In At The Legislature: Post Special Session Update

Hello friends and neighbors, I wanted to reach out with a brief update from the end of the third and fourth Special Legislative Session. We have been working to ensure Utah is prepared to recover from the economic turmoil brought about by COVID-19. Enclosed in this update are the bills passed by the legislature during the third […]

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2020 County Convention – Candidate Videos

Welcome county delegates! Below you will find candidate videos for each race you will be voting on during the county convention. Listed with each video are the precincts that will be participating in that election. Candidates in contested races were given 5 minutes, candidates in uncontested races were given 2 minutes. Contested races are listed […]

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Senator Sandall: A Recap of our 2020 Legislative Session

Dear Friends and Neighbors, The 2020 Legislative Session is finished, and it has been an interesting one. Along with many important bills, events in the world and in Utah have create a sense of unrest and anxiety that make some of our issues seem trivial. Most of the bills passed during this legislative session make […]

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COVID-19 Response and Resources

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Below is a COVID-19 Resources Guide I just received from the Speaker of the House, Brad Wilson. I wanted to get this resource guide and information to you right away. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused all of us difficulties and changes to our normal life. I am proud of the way […]

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Senator Hillyard: 2020 Legislative Session Recap

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Now that the legislature has adjourned sine die, it is on the governor to review all 510 of the bills passed during the session. He has 20 days to decide whether he will allow a bill to pass into law or veto a bill. If he vetoes a bill, the legislature […]

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Senator Hillyard: 2020 Legislative Session: Week 7

Dear Friends and Neighbors, We concluded our business this week and it certainly felt like the time flew by. During the 2020 General Legislative Session we passed 510 bills. Many of these were clean up bills, meaning minor words or definitions were changed. I will send out a session recap highlighting many of the top […]

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Senator Sandall: Week Seven of our Legislative Session

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Week seven of the legislative session has come and gone and we are officially finished with the 2020 General Legislative Session. It has been a productive 45 days. We started a bit slow but finished strong. There were many bills left when the clock struck midnight, but that is the beauty […]

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Representative Ferry’s Week 5 Update

Representative Joel Ferry

Checking In At The Legislature: 2020 Session Week 5 With less than two weeks left in the session, the legislators on the Hill are busier than ever. Many of the most highlighted bills are making their way to the floor for presentations and debates. At the same time, the Executive Appropriations Committee is making its […]

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Rep. Snider Week 5 Update

2020 Utah Legislative Session Week 5 More Information Days Remaining in the 2020 Utah Legislative Session: 9 Days until the 2020 Utah Primary Elections: 119 Days until 2020 Elections: 245

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