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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Representative Val Potter to Seek Re-Election to Utah House District 3

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Representative Val Potter (435) 757-9834 Val.potter@comcast.net Representative Val Potter to Seek Re-Election to Utah House District 3 North Logan, Utah (February 26, 2020) – On Wednesday, Val Potter, the current representative for Utah House District 3 and executive director of development for Utah State University-Extension announced his intention to seek re-election. In […]

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Representative Potter: Legislative Newsletter – Weeks 2-3

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Cache County Neighbors and Friends, We are starting our 4th week of the Legislative Session here at the Capitol. We have finished our appropriation committee meetings and have finalized our budgets. I have worked as House Chair of Business, Economic Development and Labor Appropriation Committee these past three weeks to review the 9 committee presentations and the request’s […]

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Representative Potter: Legislative Newsletter – Week 1

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Cache County Neighbors and Friends, The newsletter and information on our first week of the legislative session at the State Capitol is included at the button below. I have been working on our committee meetings as House Chair of Business, Economic Development and Labor Appropriations Subcommittee. We are involved in these committee meetings and state appropriations […]

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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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