Tim Aalders is former talk radio host, and business owner. He understands the proper role of government and Constitutional governance. As a life-long Utahn, he understands our State, it’s people, and the issues that are important to us. As a Utah Senator, Tim will help be a voice of reason in returning our National Government to its Constitutional limitations.
State House, District 22
I am a lifelong resident of Utah. Family is a big part of my life and quality of family life is an important part of why I am running for office.
Utah has always been a great place for families. Today I see that starting to change. Education, housing, transportation, land use, healthcare, jobs, you name it and I see government, in large part, trying to control, regulate, tax, license, and legislate it. I believe in people! People want to live freely in liberty. People want a place where it is clean, safe, affordable, with jobs, places to be, things to do, and ways to grow. Free people will create the place they want to be. People come together to create things that they can’t do themselves. This state is a testament to free people and self-determined creativity.
Government is created by people to do some fundamental things. Foremost is to protect individual freedom, also, provide order, help with infrastructure and in a few instances provide a way for all the people to come together to create something that benefits everyone. This is most often needed on the most local level of government.
Let me be a real voice for free people in the state of Utah and specifically for the people in District 22. Let me help you have a place where you can do whatever you can dream because proper government makes it not just possible but easy.
State House, District 68
I was involved with the Republican Party for over 14 years. They wanted me to run for office several times but I had a family to raise and a business to run. As I stayed involved I realized that our 2 party system is flawed.
This time I was asked to run under the Constitution Party. The Constitution Party adheres to the laws and principles that made us the greatest country in the world. It’s still not a convenient time and probably never will be. I have come to realize that liberty is a 2 edge sword. It provides us freedom but requires responsibility. I can’t keep complaining to our politicians and hoping someone good will get elected if I’m not willing to step up to the plate when others ask me to do the same.
Many people are frustrated with the candidate choices given to us by the 2 party systems. The Constitution Party is growing. We have elected leaders throughout the state on county and city levels. We have to grow from the bottom up. It’s time to elect someone on the state level. Join with us in building a brighter future.
State House, District 1
I’m Sherry Phipps. I’m running on the Constitution Party. My husband, Lee, and I moved to Brigham City in 1984 where we raised our two sons. I’m running for office because our Constitution is in peril.
In 2015 our state legislature issued an application to Congress for a Constitutional Convention to obtain a Balanced Budget Amendment. Many experts have stated they do not believe a convention can be limited to a single amendment. Among these is Rex Lee when he was president of Brigham Young University. No one knows for certain, but it is not worth putting our entire Constitution at risk for this amendment. One of my primary goals is to rescind Utah’s call for a convention. The National Association for Gun Rights is opposed to a convention because it puts the second amendment at risk.
As a representative, I will work hard to bring state government back to its proper role of protecting our God-given rights of life, liberty, and property:
Life begins at conception.
Liberty – People are free to conduct their own affairs as long as they don’t infringe on other people’s rights.
Property – Government should not redistribute the wealth.
State House, District 58
Russ is a former active duty U.S. Army veteran with a Political Science degree from the University of Utah. Currently retired, he is still very involved in his community, and has been involved at the local, county, state and national levels with the Constitution Party since 2006.