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 6

Dear Friends and Neighbors, We completed our last full week of the legislative session. We will adjourn the entire 2020 Legislative Session on Thursday, March 12th. We have passed a little over 200 bills so far, but we will spend the majority of our time next week debating bills on the Senate floor, so that […]

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Representative Potter: Legislative Newsletter – Weeks 4-5

Cache County Neighbors and Friends, We’ve finished week five of the legislative session and are into the final two weeks. The four bills I’m working to complete this session have all passed through House committees and House chamber unanimously and are in the Senate for their review and passage. The budget for my appropriation committee is […]

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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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Cache County Organizing Convention 2017

The Cache Republican Party announces its Organizing Convention March 31, 2017 at Ridgeline High School. 5:30 p.m. Registration 6:00 p.m. Convention Begins Party leadership will be elected at the convention. **Those who want to run for these positions need to send a Letter of Intent to Chair Boyd Pugmire by March 24. Email Positions to be elected are: […]

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Results of County Fair Straw Poll

The Cache County Republican Party conducted an informal, non-scientific straw poll during the Cache County Fair  Aug. 11-13. Participation in the poll was open to people of any political affiliation and garnered hundreds of responses. Results were as follows: 1.  Are you going to vote in the upcoming general election? YES – 94% NO – […]

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URP Chair debates Caucus Sytem

Utah Republican Party Chair James Evans debated the merits of the Caucus System on KUER radio in June (2016). Evans explained that the system of electing delegates at neighborhood caucuses, who then vet candidates and decide who goes on the ballot, is preferable to the small special interest group Count My Vote choosing candidates. There […]

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