It's hard to believe that we are just five weeks away from this critical election and less than three weeks from ballots arriving in the mail. Thank you to all who have have supported our campaign and stepped up for our community in other meaningful ways.
Since we are just five weeks away, I wanted to share five ways you can support our campaign:
Make a plan to vote this year! Check or update your registration at Vote.Utah.gov
Tell your neighbors why you support Suzanne by submitting an endorsement HERE
Help us distribute campaign literature and/or make phone calls(details below)
Pick up a yard sign at Storm Mountain Park (Saturdays at 9:30 AM)
This year has brought so many challenges to individuals and families in our community. If you are unemployed or furloughed, you can visit this site for assistance. Additionally, coronavirus.utah.gov can help you find resources for your family or business.
As always, please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. You can email me at email@example.com or call me at 801-999-8047.
Canvassing & Phone Bank Updates
Find a time to help us distribute literature to our neighbors! We would love to see you there
All times meet at Storm Mountain Park (1000 E 11400 S)
If you are interested in helping us make calls for Suzanne, sign up HERE
*If you would like to pick-up your yard sign, come to any Saturday at 9:30 AM
What's on the ballot?
Constitutional Amendment G
With ballots arriving in just about two weeks, I wanted to highlight one of the Constitutional amendments that we will be voting on. I will be voting NO on Amendment G because I fear our already underfunded education system would struggle if it were to pass.
This amendment would expand the uses of income tax revenue to support programs for children and people with disabilities. While I support funding these programs I do not believe it should come from our existing public education budget.
Here's an excerpt from a KSL article I found particularly helpful:
Do we really want to use our overstressed Education Fund to help fund social service needs? It’s not a good idea for health or other social service programs and education to be competing for the same dollars. Both could lose funding above their base budgets. If dollars get shifted back and forth to meet urgent needs, and higher ed could lose out, too,” said Julie Miller, a former principal who worked at four Salt Lake City School District elementary schools.
Earlier this month, lawmakers met both in person and virtually for interim committee meetings. For highlights of these meetings, please click here.
Tell neighbors why you support Suzanne!
Share a photo and a quick statement to show your support for Suzanne! We're in a tough race this year, but we can do this together.
There are a few ways you can help us out:
1) Upload a photo with a statement of support
2) Record a video and upload it (This is very helpful!)
3) BOTH! :)
I’m working hard for you in the Utah Legislature with a track record of effective leadership and responsiveness. I would be honored to continue to be your voice. We're gearing up for our campaign this fall and would love to have you be part of our team!
Donate or sign-up for a yard sign below 👇
Have a question or comment for me? You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801.999.8047