Friday, September 17, 2021
This Special Election is to elect a new State House Representative in District 33. The County Delegates in House District 33 will select their next Representative who will serve the remainder of the term.
October 14, 2021
Meet and Greet Candidates: 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Delegate Registration: 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Special Election Meeting Call to Order: 6:30 p.m.
Candidates listed in order of the random letter draw from March 13, 2021
B F J L U D A T C Z Q R S Y O U K M E P X G I N W H
Russell “Russ” Moore
Russ Moore: I have been a Student of Politics all my life. My dear Mother was a Judge of Election as long as I can remember. My neighborhood polling place while I was growing up was in our family dining room. Politics is often the subject around the Dinner table then and now. I have lived in Utah House District 33 for 40 years. I started and run two successful Business in Utah for over 30 years. I have served as a Precinct Chair for two terms, as a County Delegate on four occasions and as a State delegate on two occasions. I was appointed to the West Valley City Board of Adjustments and served 18 years, 15 years as Vice Chairman. I have been active in service in the Community for 40 years. I served as Co chairman of Oquirrh Mountain District Scouting for Food Drive for eleven years, delivering upwards of 100,000 lbs of donations to the Utah Food Bank each year. I support the Utah National Guard. Served an an election observer. I am a Irrigation Water Advocate. I have many concerns as a Citizen of Utah. Water in the Desert, Growth, Taxes, Education, Crime, Second Amendment rights. Our homeless population is rising, Homeless drug use. Public lands use. Government overreach. I have watched as our neighborhoods have changed. I have followed the ups and downs of our Economy and their affect on small locally owned businesses. I have followed the pressure on family’s as there wages have not kept up with the cost of living. I see how the loss of income changes the spending habits of our Society and see the affect of discretionary income loss. Many businesses who depend on a prosperous populace have gone under. I have lent assistance as more and more of our Families turn to our Food Pantry for help. I see how we as a Society have lost faith in our Elected leaders. We need good upstanding leaders who can restore our faith in Government thru sound leadership.
FB: Judy Weeks-Rohner, JUDY’S CORNER
I am Judy Weeks-Rohner. I have lived in West Valley since 1983. In that time, I have worked diligently to serve my neighbors and community. I retired from USWEST as an executive with many responsibilities including liaison to Governor Levitt’s office and the Utah State office of Education as well as major marketing responsibilities for all Local school districts in the state. As a registered lobbyist for the phone company and a member of the Granite School Board, I learned the internal working of the Utah State Legislation. This experience was extremely useful when as one of the five sponsors of the Utah 2019 Referendum, we succeeded in have the legislators overturn SB2001. This horrendous bill would have increased the tax on food and gasoline. We were able to accomplish this statewide effort by uniting people of many diverse backgrounds go’s common goal in a month’s time. I spent the entire 2020 legislative session on the hill making sure no additional taxes would be added. I make the commitment to you if I am given the responsibilities of representing House District 33, I will fight for the rights of my community and continue the tradition of supporting the second amendment rights and Republican principles. Thank you and I look forward to meeting all the delegates!