Representative Joel Ferry: Checking In At The Legislature: 2020 Session Week 1

Representative Joel Ferry

The 2020 Legislative Session is underway! I want to keep those of you in my district informed about what is happening during the Legislative Session. To that end, I will be sending you weekly updates on what I am working on and important issues that may affect our district. We are halfway through week two. […]

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Senator Lyle Hillyard: 2020 Legislative Session: Week 1

Dear Friends and Neighbors, We kicked off the 2020 General Legislative Session on Monday, January 27th. The opening day is largely ceremonial, and we were fortunate to have Elder Ulisses Soares from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints offer the invocation, the Utah Air National Guard present the colors, and the Utah Symphony […]

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Representative Potter: Legislative Update & Town Halls Starting This Saturday

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Dear Neighbors and Friends, The 45-day Legislative Session starts at the State Capitol on January 27 and runs until March 12. It’s an honor to represent you at the state legislature. This email will give you information on what I am working on in the session, details on our town hall meetings during the session […]

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Governor Gary Herbert: Why Utah Needed Tax Reform

More Information on the Tax Bill Here is a letter from our Governor regarding the “Tax Reform Bill” (S.B. 2001 Tax Restructuring Revisions) passed in the 2019 Second Special Session. All of our legislators voted YES for the tax restructuring bill last night, except Rep. Dan Johnson who abstained. The Senate Sponsor of the bill […]

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Message from the Chair regarding the Controversial Tax Bill

More Information on the Tax Bill My fellow Republicans, As you know, our legislature passed a controversial tax bill last week during a special session. I took a position against the bill and expressed my opposition on behalf of the County Party. That being said, I would encourage you to inquire of your legislators and […]

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Utah Tax Restructuring Revisions (2019 Second Special Session S.B. 2001)

More Information on the Tax Bill Here is a letter from our House of Representatives regarding the “Tax Reform Bill” (S.B. 2001 Tax Restructuring Revisions) passed in the 2019 Second Special Session. All of our legislators voted YES for the tax restructuring bill last night, except Rep. Dan Johnson who abstained. The Senate Sponsor of […]

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2019 Municipal Elections Filing Information

We want you to run for a Cache County Municipal Election

We urge you to take a stand and get involved through the upcoming municipal elections by running for office. Recently, members of the Democrat party have been encouraging their constituents to run. Do we really want Democrats running our county? Didn’t think so. Step up, get involved, and make your voice heard in our city […]

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2018 Republican Candidates

Countdown to the Election! November 6, 2018 Federal Candidates U.S. House District 1: Rob Bishop Congressman Rob Bishop spent 28 years as a high school teacher in Utah, focusing on American History and Government. He is happily married to Jeralynn Hansen Bishop. They have five children, six grandchildren and reside in Brigham City. Rob served […]

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2018 Primary Election

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About our Candidates Important Election Dates Primary Election: June 26, 2018 Mail ballots are mailed to voters: around June 5, 2018 In-person early voting: June 12, 2018 – June 22, 2018 You can register to vote at the polls on Election Day, but if you register beforehand: May 29, 2018: last day to register to vote by mailing in a […]

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