Patty Johnson – Candidate for Utah Republican Party Secretary – UNOPPOSED

A first Utah GOP Secretary candidate submits information: Patty Johnson State Party Secretary Accurate Records Accessible Organizational Documents Detail Oriented Highly organized Technologically savvy Currently serving as: President, Women’s Republican Club of Salt Lake City, Inc. Board, Utah Federation of Republican Women Board, National Federation of Republican Women Auxiliary Member,…

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Aaron Bludworth — Candidate for Utah GOP Chairman

One GOP party chair candidate submits his information: I am Aaron Bludworth and am running for State Party Chair. I welcome any questions or comments from all, I can be reached at: aaronbludworth@comcast.net or 801-231-2225. I am also looking for people that are willing to help put together meetings with…

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May 12, 2007 State Central Committee Meeting Notes

Report of State Central Committee Meeting, Saturday, May 12, 2007 (Facts in straight type, opinion in italics) By: Christie Moore Weber County Republican Party Vice-chair Weber County Central Committee members attending: Junior Shupe, Leg. 9, Ricky Hatch, Leg. 6, and Christie Moore, County Vice Chair The Party has been running,…

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Focusing on the June GOP Convention

Whether attributable to former Utah GOP chair/party insider Joe Cannon’s recent ascension to the Deseret Morning News editor’s slot we do not know, but the D-News is the first of the northern Utah print media this morning to report on the final slate of declared candidates for the four executive…

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Invitation to a Greene/Hartley Topic Discussion

The Salt Lake Tribune’s Paul Rolly broke the story yesterday on his blog that there has been another “shakeup” in the State Republican Party: Utah State Republican Chairman Enid Greene walked into party headquarters this morning and fired executive director Jeff Hartley, who was hired just last April by former…

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What Is Weber County Government?

We are the meat and potatoes of local government. We build and run the jails and provide law enforcement. We operate the courts, in which our judges make difficult, sometimes momentous decisions. We prosecute criminals. We provide clothing, food, medical, prescription drugs, dental work, psychiatric evaluations, and work release programs…

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