"I want to work for you. We need to create unity among our party, improve our fundraising efforts, and make finding the best of the best Republican candidates for office, a top priority. With nearly a decade of Weber County political experience, I know what it takes to find solutions, navigate complicated ideas, and get things done."




I want to strengthen the Weber County Republican Party. That means everything from advocating and organizing to fundraising and planting signs. I want to reinvigorate our caucus and convention system, because that's the best system out there for fostering a dialogue between elected officials and the constituents they serve. I got involved because a friend invited me to a neighborhood caucus one year, it was that simple! No other system throughout the nation makes it so easy for everyday people to get involved in their government. Together we can make the caucus and convention system the preferred method of nomination for all candidates across the county.

I am a Republican because I believe in individual liberty, and I believe the proper role of government should be limited to protecting and preserving that liberty. I am worried when I see people all across the country willingly giving up their freedoms in exchange for comfort and security. It is not the government's role to solve anyone's problems for them, the government's role is only to ensure you are enabled to make the life you choose, free from oppression or intimidation. As Republicans, we use our freedom to take care of ourselves, provide for our families, and help others in need. We do not need the government telling us to do that. I am proud to be a Republican, and I will work to bring that message to every voter in Weber County.

As a resident of House District 10, I do not feel like I have a voice in the House, because I am represented by a Democrat in a Republican-dominated legislature. I will work as hard as I can to reclaim District 10 for Republicans, and send an all-Republican delegation to the House and Senate. To borrow from Winston Churchill after he was made Prime Minister in the midst of World War II, "I have nothing to offer... but blood, toil, tears, and sweat!" Let's get to work!