The Utah Democratic Vision

Utah Democrats believe individuals, businesses, and governments at the state, county, and city levels can take meaningful action to improve our air quality. We support a balanced and forward thinking approach to public infrastructure that prioritizes energy efficiency and offers transit alternatives to a wide range of Utahns.

 

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Utah Democrats believe economic inequality presents one of the most pervasive obstacles to social and legal equality. State and local governments must fund social services including affordable housing and healthcare to allow the most vulnerable in our society to survive. These governments must then ensure access to education, work training, and voting rights to help everyone thrive.

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Utah Democrats know economic growth requires a solid foundation of an educated and innovative workforce, public infrastructure and services to support private sector needs, and investment in technology to maintain our competitive edge. Our state stands to benefit from diversity in economic strengths and career opportunities.

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Utah Democrats believe a robust and accessible school system from early childhood education to post-secondary certifications and degrees will make our state a more desirable place to live and work. We know a strong education system starts with proper support for teachers, including smaller classroom sizes.

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Utah Democrats know, contrary to assertions from some critics, that economic growth can continue alongside efforts to preserve our natural resources. Indeed, long-term prosperity necessitates conservation efforts from the state government, as well as local authorities. High quality air, water, and land not only support outdoor recreation jobs, but also improve public health.

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Utah Democrats call on our federal legislators to protect Social Security and Medicare from cuts that would destabilize seniors’ well-being and deprive Americans of benefits they have earned. We believe that our state and local authorities must ensure easy and affordable access to public transit for older Utahns.

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Utah Democrats will prioritize healthcare reform that ensures all Utahns can access affordable medical coverage and services. We will fight to protect the Affordable Care Act and the more than 16 million Americans to whom it guaranteed insurance coverage.

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Utah Democrats believe that strong campaign and ethics laws will enhance voters’ power over their lawmakers and that a more transparent government will serve as a better government. Laws must require campaigns to submit to broader and more frequent reporting to combat illegal transactions. Elected officials of all parties, including our own, should be held accountable to these standards.

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Utah Democrats demand meaningful action to modernize America’s immigration system. We need changes that will uphold human dignity, support our economy, and, most importantly, keep families together.

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Meet Our Dems

Karen Kwan, HD 34

Karen Kwan

State House candidate, District 34

Angela Romero - Utah Democrat

Angela Romero

State House candidate, District 26 (INCUMBENT)

Luz Robles Escamilla - Utah Democrat

Luz Escamilla

State Senate candidate, District 1 (INCUMBENT)

Celina Milner, SS 6

Celina Milner

State Senate candidate, District 6

Catherine Kanter, SCC

Catherine Kanter

Salt Lake County Council candidate

Ben McAdams - Utah Democrat

Ben McAdams

Salt Lake County Mayor candidate (INCUMBENT)

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Misty K. Snow

US Senate Candidate

Doug Owens, US 4

Doug Owens

Candidate for US House District 4

Christine Stenquist, HD 17

Christine Stenquist

State House candidate, District 17

Angela Urrea, HD 29

Angela Urrea

State House candidate, District 29

John Rendell, HD 19

John Rendell

State House candidate, District 47

Suzanne Harrison, HD 32

Suzanne Harrison

State House candidate, District 32

Kurt Weiland, HD 19

Kurt Weiland

State House candidate, District 19

Bob Buckles, HD 13

Bob Buckles

State House candidate, District 13

Lynn Hemingway, HD 40

Lynn Hemingway

State House candidate, District 40 (INCUMBENT)

Rebecca Chavez Houck, HD 24

Rebecca Chavez-Houck

State House candidate, District 24 (INCUMBENT)

Dorothy Engelman, SD 29

Dorothy Engelman

State Senate candidate, District 29

Donna Gibbons, HD 6

Donna Gibbons

State House candidate, District 6

Chad Harrington, HD 41

Chad Harrington

State House candidate, District 41

Brooke Swallow-Fenton, HD 60

Brooke Swallow-Fenton

State House candidate, District 60

Amy Morgan, HD 11

Amy Morgan

State House candidate, District 11

Paul Schulte, HD 39

Paul Schulte

State House candidate, District 39

Kyle Waters, HD 51

Kyle Waters

State House candidate, District 51

Bill Groff, HD 70

Bill Groff

State House candidate, District 70

Sandra Hollins, HD 23

Sandra Hollins

State House candidate, District 23 (INCUMBENT)

Kim Bowman, Lieutenant Governor

Kim Bowman

Candidate for Lieutenant Governor

Steve Hartwick, SD 23

Steve Hartwick

State Senate candidate, District 23

Kathie Darby, HD 9

Kathie Darby

State House candidate, District 9

Alan Yorgason, SD 20

Alan Yorgason

State Senate candidate, District 20

Garr Smith, HD 52

Garr Smith

State House candidate, District 52

Jon Marsh, HD 20

Jon Marsh

State House candidate, District 20

Rudi Kohler, HD 54

Rudi Kohler

State House candidate, District 54

Wayne Stevens, HD 55

Wayne Stevens

State House candidate, District 55

Cole Capener, HD 53

Cole Capener

State House candidate, District 53

Ash Anderson, Sen 8

Ash Anderson

State Senate candidate, District 8

David Clark, HD 5

David Clark

State House candidate, District 5

Ty Markham, HD 73

Ty Markham

State House candidate, District 73

Peter Clemens, US House D1

Peter Clemens

Candidate for US House District 1

Stephen Tryon, US House D3

Stephen Tryon

Candidate for US House District 3

Charlene Albarran, US House D2

Charlene Albarran

Candidate for US House District 2