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I’m running for reelection because issues like economic development, public safety, and fiscal responsibility will never go away; and I have a lot left to give to this city.

When I was elected to the city council in 2015, I pledged to you to fight for the issues that matter, and during the past four years I have endeavored to do just that. I have fought to keep your taxes among the lowest in the county, to keep us on a sustainable financial footing, and to maintain our quality of life by preserving open space and making sure our city is safe. We’ve had setbacks and we’ve had great successes. We have new life in old shopping centers, we have Fortune 100 companies opening in our city bringing hundreds of new jobs, and we have new commercial and manufacturing sectors continually expanding in our city. For the first time, we have a five-year plan for utility rates, so we can avoid suden “emergency” rate hikes. All of this while transportation is improving, regional alliances are being formed, and our city is about to embark on a new day with a new form of government. As the city grows and changes, we need to keep moving forward in a positive direction as we have for the last four years.

Stand with me, and let’s keep West Jordan moving forward.

I’m running for reelection because issues like economic development, public safety, and fiscal responsibility will never go away; and I have a lot left to give to this city.

When I was elected to the city council in 2015, I pledged to you to fight for the issues that matter, and during the past four years I have endeavored to do just that. I have fought to keep your taxes among the lowest in the county, to keep us on a sustainable financial footing, and to maintain our quality of life by preserving open space and making sure our city is safe. We’ve had setbacks and we’ve had great successes. We have new life in old shopping centers, we have Fortune 100 companies opening in our city bringing hundreds of new jobs, and we have new commercial and manufacturing sectors continually expanding in our city. For the first time, we have a five-year plan for utility rates, so we can avoid suden “emergency” rate hikes. All of this while transportation is improving, regional alliances are being formed, and our city is about to embark on a new day with a new form of government. As the city grows and changes, we need to keep moving forward in a positive direction as we have for the last four years.

Stand with me, and let’s keep West Jordan moving forward.

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The very best way to get ahold of me is text. Text me at 801-755-9628. I also welcome phone calls, but my day job keeps me busy, so it may be a little while before I get to your call or message. In any case, I really do want to hear from you! Share with me your opinions and concerns, it makes it much easier to represent you when I know what you’re thinking.