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Rep. Dave Lifferth's Report Card
|TaxPyrs||#1 100%||#11 88%|| #21
|Libertas||#36 45%|| #24
|#14 63%||#10 68%|
|Votes with constits surveys||100%||98%
(100% w/ delgts)
(100% w/ delgts)
Named '13,'14 Business Champion by SL Chamber of Commerce
I spoke on Leadership and the characteristics of good leaders. I used examples of Coach Dale form the basketball movie Hoosiers, Coach Urban Meyer, General George Washington.
I also described how the Utah political system from caucus night to the county and state conventions. I also explained how the legislature works and why you need 38 of 75 votes in the House, 15 of 19 votes in the Senate, ad why you have to have the support of the governor.
I had good questions about medicinal marijuana, traffic congestion on Redwood Road, and what my future plans…Continue
I delivered 6 tickets to Opening Night of Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 along with a gift card for 2 buckets of popcorn.
I told Brad to take photos of himself and his friends that he takes to see the movie and I'll post them online.
These are some of the photos from the Town Hall in Saratoga Springs with Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox.
Lt. Gov. Cox spoke on Prison Relocation, Syrian Refugees, Population Growth in Utah, Count-My-Vote initiative, and Legal Status of SB54.…Continue
This web page contains all of the Dave Lifferth for Utah State Senate District 13 Campaign Information. Check back often as this will be updated frequently.
I used to be on Rep. Lifferth's email distribution list. However, he sent so many emails about state issues that weren't very important to me that I asked to be taken off his email list. However, when I heard that…
Subject: Redwood Road in South Saratoga Springs
To Whom It May Concern:
I am a very concerned resident living in Saratoga Springs, Utah. As you may know, we are one of the fastest growing cities in the entire state. Currently, Redwood Rd runs through the center of our city and acts as a connecting road for most every neighborhood. As it stands, we are facing stand still traffic in the mornings and afternoons purely because of the population of the city which is still rapidly growing.
We are aware that Redwood Rd has appropriated funds to expand in 2018. There are several issues with waiting this long:
1) Time. For a distance of 5 miles it currently takes 30-45 minutes to drive because of the congestion.
2) Students missing school. Schools have reported most school buses being extremely late in the mornings due to this issue on a daily basis which means several hundred students are late because of the road problem. It is effecting our…
October 23, 2015 8:13 am • Cathy Allred Daily Herald
After watching the outcome of the Prop 1 votes and hearing the concerns about UTA, I have a solution to what ails UTA.
I suggest that UTA hire Utah State Auditor John Dougall to be their new CEO. Auditor Dougall is probably the only person in the entire state that has earned the confidence of voters that he is watching our for the taxpayers dollars and has their best interests in mind. There are other options to fix the problems at UTA, but none of them would have the near term resolutions that UTA hiring John Dougall would do.
This is not the reputation that UTA has in my district and in general around the state. Many people feel that UTA is not managed well and is wasting tax dollars. Because of this sentiment, many voters voted against Proposition 1 because of concerns that UTA would be given 40% of the 1/4 cent sales tax increase. It was because of lack of trust of UTA that Cities an Counties did not get a portion of this proposes tax…