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Rep. Dave Lifferth
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Re-Elect Rep. Dave Lifferth
Saratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain
Meet the Candidate night at Black Ridge Mountain Elementary Oct 22 6-8pm
Trick or Treat Village, Nolan Park, Eagle Mtn Saturday Oct 25 10-2pm
Anti-Discrimination vs. Religious Freedom discussion with Gayle Ruzika of the Eagle Forum and Senator Stuart Reid at the Ranches Golf Clubhouse THursday November 6th at 7pm.
I have extra Mia Love yard signs and signs supporting Eagle Mountain Selling their Gas and Electric Utilities. If you would like one, let me know.
I was asked to speak to Boy Scouts at Camp Maple Dell about the U.S. Constitution and our Rights and Responsibilities.…Continue
Welcome to the Re-Elect Representative Dave Lifferth to House District 2 page. This page contains information and links to related web pages.
I take the responsibility to represent the people in Saratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain very seriously. We are a unique group of people and are different than other city in Utah and in the nation.
Because of my life experiences, business experiences, and a desire to represent our district well, I have developed a system that cultivates a district wide discussion among people of all viewpoints to make sure that issues are discussed and vetted. Then at the end of the day, I cast the vote and am accountable to the voters.
Since I am the #1 rated elected official in the state of…Continue
UTAH STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
RESOLUTION NO. 2014-02
A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE OFFICIAL POSITION OF THE UTAH STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION REGARDING FEDERAL LAND MANAGEMENT POLICY
WHEREAS, the Utah State Board of Education (the “State Board”) exercises “general control and supervision” of the public education system pursuant to Article X, Section 3 of the Utah Constitution; and
WHEREAS, upon Utah’s entry to the United States, the federal government granted Utah millions of acres of land in trust explicitly to be used to generate revenues for the public education system and to compensate Utah for the vast acreages of untaxable federal lands which the federal government would retain until sold;…Continue
The reason that I started doing these summertime picnics is so we as republicans can visit with each other and get to know each other better. Since caucus nights are so hectic and rushed there is not a lot of time to visit with fellow Republicans.
The picnic at Saratoga Springs turned out so well that my precinct chair, Josiah Teichner, proposed to have a picnic for our precinct and I agreed to either make root beer or bring refreshments to our precinct picnic.
At the Nolan Park picnic we had quite a few speakers:
Joylynn Lincoln (candidate for State School Board in district #9)
Alpine School Distrcit…
Daylight Saving Time creates all kinds of problems and doesn’t fulfill its objectives. In this regard it is just like ObamaCare and many other big government programs. All sorts of promises were made to get it passed, and the law delivers on none of them. The costs are higher than projected and the problems are not solved, and yet there are still people that defend it ferociously.
Daylight Savings Time is similar to having a blanket on your bed that is too short and doesn’t cover your feet, so you cut off the top of the blanket and sew it onto the bottom. This doesn’t increase the length of the blanket, but it makes you feel good that at least you are trying to solve the problem.
While there are some claimed benefits to daylight savings time, all of them only had any semblance of merit before the advent of modern electric power distribution. It is both easy and cheap to conduct activities around the clock despite the location of the earth’s rotation in…
82.2 miles of range on a single charge (and no gasoline) in my 2014 Chevy Volt. My Volt is still fairly new with just over 6,000 miles on the odometer.
I will write more about my attempt at the world record, but for now I would like to submit these 2 photos and ask my peers to score my attempt. The battery system disengaged and gas engine came on at the 81.0 mile point but since I still had kinetic energy I was able to coast for another 1.2 miles down a lonely country road. The indicator showed that I actually consumed 0.01 gallons of gas at the 82.3 mile mark.
So I at least made it to the 80 mile club. I was able to get to 81.0 miles on a single charge. I was able to coast to 82.2 before any measurable gasoline was used.
I have never…Continue