Over a year ago, my friend, State House District 32 Representative Ron Bigelow accepted the invitation from Governor Herbert to be the State Budget Director. I was honored to run and was selected to be the nominee and then was appointed by the Governor to fill Rep. Bigelow’s term. I have been honored to represent State House District 32 for 2011 and will continue to work hard doing so for 2012. I just completed my second General Legislative Session.
I believe we need to stand up and be heard, or watch our Constitutional Rights disappear. As your representative, I have been heard, standing up defending good bills, amending or substituting bills to make them better, or standing up in opposition against bills that I believed should not pass.
Last year I publicly stood up to the Governor when I felt his $130 million dollar estimated tax proposal would take away critical cash flow funds from small businesses. That proposal died. I stood up to the current Utah Attorney General when he was promoting a bill to further amend our 4th Amendment Rights. That bill didn’t pass committee, even with 2 attempts.
In addition to having a bill pass both Houses last year and also this year, I substituted another’s bill that would not have passed committee or the House otherwise. I proposed an amendment to remove language from another bill that could fine school principals and districts, and when that amendment was not selected, the bill which had passed the Senate by almost a 2/3 vote, was voted down by over a 2/3 vote in the House. I also helped rescue the 2nd part of a Senate adaptive education testing bill that was stalling with opposition in the House. It then passed by over 2/3.
For 2013, a new House District 30 will represent much of this area, and during the 2012 Neighborhood Caucus Elections, Conventions, Primary and General Elections you will determine who will represent this new District 30 beginning in 2013. The New District 30 includes most of 32, part of 29 and some of 33. Help determine who is on the ballot for State House, Governor, US Senate, US Congress, County Mayor and more.
I really appreciate that you come to the Republican Neighborhood Caucus. I hope you support those running to be county delegates who would be open minded, willing to research the candidates, and would truthfully consider voting for me at the County GOP Convention on April 14th.
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Come meet Fred Cox and ask questions at:
Hunter Library Meeting Room, 4740 West 4100 South, West Valley City, Utah 84120
Saturday, March 24, 2012 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Saturday, April 7, 2012 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Fred C. Cox, Representing State House District 32 and running to represent the new District 30
Economy, Fiscal Responsibility, Energy Independence, Education Excellence
• Utah State House of Representatives, District 32, January 2011 to present.
• Utah Republican State Central Committee 2011 to present.
• Utah Republican State Delegate 2002-2003, 2005-2011.
• Salt Lake County Republican House District 32 Chair, August 2010 to January 2011.
• ChamberWest Regional Chamber of Commerce Government Action Committee, Nov. 2010 to present
• AIA Utah, Government Affairs Committee, January 2008 to January 2011.
• Church Based community service Paid for by Fred C. Cox, Campaign Fund