Read it and weep!
OGDEN — A familiar face in Weber County just threw his hat into the political ring.Read up Peeps!
Ogden resident Jim Harvey filed his intent to run as County Commissioner, challenging one-term incumbent Matthew Bell....
Both Bell and Harvey are Republicans, so the intraparty challenge could ignite this year’s primary season in Weber County. Both candidates have declared their intent to gather signatures, a new path to the primary that is currently being challenged in federal court. Both also intend to tread the traditional caucus/convention trail to try to secure their party's nomination.
Guess who is using SB54’s new dual-track process to get on their political party’s primary ballot in 2016?Read up, Peeps!
Especially Republican incumbents in the Utah House and Senate.
In fact, when I checked Thursday afternoon on the Utah Elections website, out of the 70 folks who have signed up for the petition route, all but one were Republicans.
The lone Democrat is gubernatorial candidate Vaughn Cook.
OGDEN — Former Ogden Mayor Matthew Godfrey has been called to be a mission president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.And NO. We are not making this up.
He will serve for three years as president of the church's Peru Lima North Mission in South America.
Godfrey will take over as leader of the mission from current President John Erickson on July 1 and will oversee dozens of missionaries and supervise the church's missionary work in the area.