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Vote, and Vote Smart

Voting is a sacred duty, so it is important that we not take it lightly!

It can be difficult to know who to vote for. Candidates can put on a good face for the public and rely on name recognition bought with campaign signs and TV spots, but name recognition does not tell voters what kind of person the candidate is. 

So who has the best professional qualifications? Equally important, perhaps even more so, who can be relied upon to stand for moral principles?

The solution? Ask someone who knows. Contact your neighborhood delegates.

Few people will know the candidates better than your neighborhood delegates, so contact them! You voted for them to take the time to be very well informed, and many delegates will study the candidates for well over 50 hours before voting at the convention. Take advantage of that! It’s the genius of living in a Representative Republic.

Your neighborhood delegate might live down the street from you, here is how to find your neighborhood delegate:

  1. Create an account on our website by clicking here, or login here if you have already created an account.
  2. Find out which precinct you are in by clicking here.
  3. Find a few delegates to call, send a text message, or email by clicking here.
As always, be sure to contact us if you have any questions or need help contacting your neighborhood delegate.

Through the Neighborhood Caucus System, delegates are chosen by their neighbors to research each of the candidates running and choose who they feel is the best one based on his or her principles, qualifications, priorities, and character, rather than being chosen based on name recognition.

Convention candidates are those that have been elected with 60% or more support after being vetted by delegates, who spend an average of 90+ hours researching each of the candidates. If there was not a clear winner at the Convention, a Candidate must receive at least 40% delegate support to continue to the Republican Primary, and is still considered a Convention Candidate.

Non-Convention Candidates were vetted by your neighborhood delegates, but were not chosen for one reason or another. These candidates have elected to continue with their race through the signature gathering process, and will be on the ballot at the Primary. 

If you have questions on who your neighborhood delegate voted for and why, we encourage you find out which precinct you are in, and then contact them. That’s what the Neighborhood Caucus System is for!

Where to vote

Vote at: 10 N Main St, Cedar City, UT 84720

Voting closes July 26, 2018 at 8pm, so don’t delay!

Sheriff

Convention Candidate

Kenneth Carpenter

61% Delegate Support

Non-Convention Candidates

David Evans

Caleb Anderson

Del Schlosser

County Attorney

Convention Candidate

Chad Dotson

66% Delegate Support

Non-Convention Candidate

Scott Burns

County Commission Seat "A"

Convention Candidates

Michael P Bleak

52% Delegate Support

Fred Rowley

48% Delegate Support

County Commission Seat "B"

Convention Candidates

Paul Cozzens

51% Delegate Support

Jennie Hendricks

47% Delegate Support

Non-Convention Candidates

Sam Brower

Michelle Jorgenson

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