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2016 Endorsements for Fred Cox, running for the Utah House of Representatives
Note: I was 2 votes shy of getting out of the Party Convention to get to the 2016 Primary. I will not be serving next year.  Check back for updates for the 2018 Election.

Dave Hansen, former Utah Republican State Party Chair

Kent and Carma Nay, West Valley City, UT
Jonny and Ida Nay, West Valley City, UT
Jeffrey C. White, West Valley City, UT
Troy Council, West Valley City, UT
Michael A. Branan, West Valley City, UT
Etta Eavenson, West Valley City, UT
Kelly Allen, former PTSA Junior High School President, West Valley City, UT

Stewart E. Barlow, Utah House of Representatives, Fruit Heights, UT
Eric K. Hutchings, Utah House of Representatives, Kearns, UT
Daniel McCay, Utah House of Representatives, Riverton, UT
Paul Ray,
Utah House of Representatives, Clearfield, UT
Marc K. Roberts,
Utah House of Representatives, Santaquin, UT
V. Lowry Snow, Utah House of Representatives, St. George, UT
Earl D. Tanner, Utah House of Representatives, West Jordan, UT

Kenneth W. Sumsion, former Member,
Utah House of Representatives,  2007-2012,
2012 Candidate for Utah Governor,  American Fork, UT


Fred C. Johnson, 2016 Candidate for Utah State Senate, West Valley City, UT
Bill Both, 2014 Candidate for Utah House of Representatives, Magna, UT
Dan Deuel, 2014 Candidate for Utah House of Representatives, Ogden, UT
Helen H. Redd, Holladay, UT
Don Guymon, West Bountiful, UT

Stephanie Gricius, Eagle Mountain City Council, Member
"I'm excited to support Rep. Fred Cox. He has not only stood up and fought for the people in his district but has gone above and beyond in looking out for all Utah taxpayers. He is a man of true integrity and I encourage you to support him as well."

Heidi Balderree, Saratoga Springs, UT
"Fred Cox is a man of courage and a man of vision. I am an eyewitness to his commitment to represent his constituents. He worked tirelessly to keep the prison in Draper. Dutifully, and without bowing to peer pressure, he represents the interests of his electorate. He actively pursues avenues to promote his stance on key issues. He is not afraid to vote against the majority. In fact, when he disagrees, he offers real solutions and alternatives to solve problems. I encourage you to re-elect Fred Cox for your House Representative. He will continue to be a servant leader whom will actively represent you in your district."

Colby Curtis
, Eagle Mountain City Council, Member
"I have had the opportunity to work with Fred C. Cox on keeping the prison in Draper for the benefit of Utah taxpayers. Fred is a true advocate of the people and is willing to put their needs and desires above political agendas and special interests. Fred has served the people of West Valley well and as someone who was raised in West Valley myself, I believe he represents the values West Valley citizens need and deserve. He is moral and ethical, kind and principled. West Valley residents are privileged to have him represent them."

Jim Bennett,  Bob Bennett 2010 U.S. Senate Campaign
"I met Fred Cox when he was helping other candidates running for office, including one running against my father. I found Fred to be hardworking and fair. While some in politics leave you feeling you don't want to see them again, Fred was willing to be my friend, even though we were helping candidates running against each other. When I found a national blog article that unfairly blamed my father for something another senator had done, and I found I couldn't immediately post a correction, I called Fred. Fred made sure that a correction was posted, even though that wouldn't help his candidate. We need civility in government and officials that care more about finding solutions for constituents than partisan bickering. With that, I endorse Fred Cox for State House of Representatives."

Casey Jackson,  State Emergency Medical Services Committee, Member,
Former candidate. Volunteer for local, state and federal campaigns.
"Fred Cox's availability to his constituents is far better than any other State Rep. I have ever seen. He is a fine conservative and works harder than half the legislature combined. Fred Cox has my support."

2016 Utah Defenders of Liberty Award, Libertas Institute (94%)

2015 and 2016 “Friend of the Taxpayer” Recipient, Utah Taxpayers Association (100%)

Salt Lake Chamber 2015 and 2016 "Business Champion"

2014 Organization Endorsements for Fred Cox, Utah House of Representatives
National Federation of Independent Business, NFIB/Utah SAFE Trust
Utah State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police
National Rifle Association - Political Victory Fund, (NRA)