I have scheduled the following town hall meetings to learn what issues are important to you.
Fred C. Cox, 2024 Candidate for Utah House District 30,
believe we must stand up and be heard or watch our constitutionally
protected rights disappear. We can't continue to let government take
over our lives".
That was the reason I ran for office when my State Representative, Ron Bigelow, stepped down to help the Governor at the end of 2010, and it is still so today.
I had the opportunity to serve in the Utah House of Representatives in 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016. During that time, I had a reputation of being willing to speak up and to fight for and vote for what I believed was right, no matter the opposition.
I also had the reputation of reading though all of the bills I would vote on, and after the 2016 session a comedy song joked that I might have known other legislators' bills better than they did. During my service, I had one of the best floor attendance records of anyone in the House, with the exception of one rare House Judiciary Standing Committee meeting called during floor time where I missed 12 votes in 2015. They were the only ones I missed that year. I wanted to be in the chamber during debates and voting so I could hear both sides of an issue and see if a bill was ready or needed to be amended or voted down. "Motion to Amend" was something I said more than once. I always voted for or against the bill no matter who the sponsor was or what party they belonged to.
Rep. Judy Weeks Rohner has filed to run for State Senate District 12, and so House District 30 is an "open" seat race.
There are 5 people who have filed to run. 3 Republican and 2 Democratic candidates.
I am the only Republican candidate that filed "convention only", and so the Caucus meeting on March 5th and Convention on April 12th and April 13th, matter to my race. I need your vote.
come to one of my Town Hall meetings and help me understand the issues
that are important to you. Thank You to the many that came to my Town
Hall meeting on January 13th.
I ask for your vote.
Fred C. Cox