Former South Jordan Mayor Dave Alvord today announced his endorsement of Rep. Kim Coleman for Utah’s 4th Congressional District.
Dr. Alvord has been working as a dentist in the valley for 16 years. He interrupted his dental practice to serve as both mayor of South Jordan and a board member of the South Valley Sewer District.
Saratoga Springs City Councilman Michael McOmber today announced his endorsement of Rep. Kim Coleman for Utah’s 4th Congressional District.
Four members of the Copperton Metro Township Council have announced their endorsement of Rep. Kim Coleman for Utah’s 4th Congressional District: Sean Clayton (chair), Apollo Pazell (vice chair), Tessa Pazell-Stitzer (treasurer), and Kathleen Ray-Bailey.
They released the following joint statement:
OUR HOME. OUR VALUES. OUR AMERICA.
Utah means the world to me, which is why I’m fighting to reclaim this seat for its Republican majority. For the last 25 years, I’ve lived in the 4th Congressional District, worked here, raised five amazing children here, and even built a school here.
I graduated from the University of Utah, established Neighborhood Watch chapters, volunteered in parent education organizations, donated time for Republican Party leadership positions, and served as a Planning Commissioner in West Jordan. For the last six years, it’s been my privilege to serve part-time in the Legislature.
On Monday, Kim was fortunate enough to host Utah County Clerk Amelia Power Gardner for a live discussion online. They focused particular attention on the Democrats' 2019 "For the People" bill (HR1). The bill has been widely criticized as an abuse of power, called an "unconstitutional, authoritarian power grab," and even denounced by the ACLU.
Clerk Gardner, whose office has spearheaded some of the most effective election management in the country, had some choice words "For the People" corrupt enough to vote for this legislation -- including our own Ben McAdams.
Herriman City Councilman Steve Shields today announced his endorsement of Rep. Kim Coleman for Utah’s 4th Congressional District.
Shields has served as a business and civic leader for over 25 years in Utah. He served two terms as Chairman of the Honoring Heroes Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports the families of Utah Highway Patrol and the Department of Transportation members injured or killed in the line of duty.
Former Salt Lake City Police Department officer and community organizer Eric Moutsos endorsed Kim Coleman in the Republican primary for Utah’s 4th Congressional District.
Moutsos is leader of the Utah Business Revival, a coalition of small business owners committed to getting Utah back to work and promoting hope for a brighter future in the face of the current economic shutdown.
Join Kim Coleman at the first Utah Business Revival market on Saturday, May 2! It will be a celebration, a street market, and a chance to mingle after weeks of the COVID shutdown. The Mayor of Vineyard, Utah, has opened her city to help get Utah back to Business and she invites all to come and participate.
Revival leader Eric Moutsos invited Kim to come speak at a discussion they had on YouTube earlier this week.
Many have been saying all along that Kim is the candidate Democrats are terrified to face in November. And now they’ve admitted it.
Last week, the far-left newspaper Salt Lake Tribune (4/25/20) published a piece of propaganda urging Democrats to switch their party affiliation so they can sabotage our Republican primary. The article reads:
West Jordan, UT – Kim Coleman won the 2020 Utah State Republican Convention this evening, emerging as the top vote getter in her district and the the clear leader for the Republican nomination in Utah's Fourth Congressional District. Coleman led every round of the ranked choice voting, finishing the final round with 54 percent of the delegate vote.