At the request of many Republican delegates, voters, and local leaders, the Iron County Republican Party is taking a greater role in informing voters about non-partisan elections. Below are some issues the Iron County Executive Committee came to a consensus on. Note: Due to Congressman Chris Stewart’s resignation, and the special election for Congressional District […]
Come meet Celeste Maloy, Republican Nominee for Congress, in Iron County! Monday, July 177 pmCedar City Library303 N 100 E Learn more at https://celesteforutah.com/
The County Central Committee (CCC) held a special election for our new County Auditor. Lucas Little, a deputy county auditor, won that appointment on Dec 15th. Lucas Little thanked the CCC members, saying, Hello Central Committee Members, I want to thank each of you who attended the meeting on Thursday. It was great to meet
Over 270 of the 306 Iron County Delegates for the GOP (90+ percent) attended the nominating convention held at Canyon View High School Auditorium Friday evening April 8th to record their preference for the GOP Candidates for County Commissioner seats A and B. Mike Bleak and Destry Griffiths are competing for Seat A, while Paul Cozzens and Steve Miller vie
Fellow Republicans, The purpose of any political party is to advance its platform and candidates to the community. Our party is no exception. With that in mind, the Iron County GOP invites you to attend a candidate “Meet and Greet” for all GOP Candidates for elected office in Cedar City. We want our Republican Candidates
Below are the unofficial results of the Cedar city and Parowan City primary elections. We will update this page with official results as they become available.
The following are candidates for the Iron County GOP Executive Committee. The election will be held at Canyon View High School on Saturday, April 17th, at 2 pm (meet and greet begins at 2 pm). Voting members for the Organizing Convention include Republican county delegates, however the meeting is open to the public: Chair Steven
Near the beginning of June, a mailer went out that appears to include a member of our Executive Committee as a listed supporter of a specific candidate for local office. This error was made without the knowledge or permission of the member of the executive committee, and the candidate has explained and apologized for the