Today, once again, we are a house divided. But that, my friends, can no longer be. We are facing too many crises. We have too much work to do. We have too bright a future to leave it shipwrecked on the shoals of anger and hate and division.
I’m proud to be a bridge-builder and someone who works to bring different points of view together to find solutions, but I’m not afraid to stand on my own if that’s in the best interest of Utah’s hard-working families.
I am a young, ambitious candidate who views my political career as an opportunity to unite Provo’s students and long-term residents to create an environment that is welcoming, innovative, and community-focused.