May 2011 Blog Posts (5)

Herald: Redistricting committee opens tour in Lehi

David Lifferth, former mayor of Eagle Mountain, address the redistricting committee during its first public comment meeting at Lehi Junior High School in Lehi on Friday, May 20, 2011. Utah Politicians are in the process of redrawing the…


Added by David Lifferth on May 21, 2011 at 9:27pm — No Comments

DesNews: Mixed feedback on Lehi remap

LEHI — The Redistricting Committee held its first of 17 scheduled city and town meetings Friday evening in Lehi, where it received varied perspectives from Utah citizens.

The committee, comprised of 14 Republicans and 5 Democrats, is tasked with redrawing boundaries for 75 House seats, 29 Senate seats, 15 State School Board seats and now four congressional seats based on the 2010 Census. It has met twice previously to adopt guidelines and familiarize members with the process.…


Added by David Lifferth on May 21, 2011 at 8:58am — No Comments

Email to party leadership on how to maximize representation of Utah County at the State Party level

I wholehearted agree with much of Keri's suggestions. We should have a page that provides information about the Utah County Delegates to the SCC along with their contact information. Posting agendas as soon as they are available would be a great services to our delegates and our county party. Posting minutes and results of those meetings would also be beneficial to our county party.  It is a great idea to provide relevant information to those members of our party that want to stay informed…


Added by David Lifferth on May 1, 2011 at 9:23pm — No Comments

*UPDATE* Most influential endorsements of SCC Candidates at Utah County Convention

*UPDATE* I had not included Lowell Nelson's endorsements for the SCC on April 29th.


I saw several set of endorsements for Utah…


Added by David Lifferth on May 1, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Utah County Republican Convention

It was interesting to participate in the convention and to participate in the selection of new candidates. I thought the debate on HB116 was exceptional and walked away with the feeling that the "sentiments" or "desired outcomes" were fairly unified for both those who were "pro" and "con" for HB116. It seemed that the nearly 50/50 division has been created over a lack of confidence toward the methodology chosen to obtain desired outcomes. After reading in the news that less than seven percent… Continue

Added by James Simmons on May 1, 2011 at 3:06pm — No Comments

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