How will you be prepared to serve in the Legislature?
The majority of work done in the legislature happens during the interim (the time between legislative sessions). As the interim appointee for former District 58 (which dissolves at the end of the year) I will be attending committee meetings, voting in special sessions and laying the groundwork for the 2013 general session. This will allow me to better serve our district when the new boundaries of District 48 go into effect in January of 2013.
During this time, I’ll be talking with you in you in person, through email, via my website and on Facebook. We’ll be talking about things that are important, legislative changes that should be made, and the policies and priorities that are important to our community and to Utah.
What have you done as a Republican to be involved as a citizen?
As a Former member of the Business Advisory Council for the National Republican Congressional Committee, I worked to address problems and create solutions from a REPUBLICAN perspective.
I support the Republican values and raised one of the leading voices for fiscal conservatism in the state of Utah. My son, Keven Stratton, whom many of you know or have spoken with works for The Sutherland Institute.
I know the Republican platform and incorporate its values in my daily work ethic.
And most importantly, I VOTE.