Civility and Service

Let’s Go Serve All too often, we see politicians tear each other down rather than build up their communities, focus on personal agendas instead of problem solve across the aisle, divide instead of unify. Gov. Cox believes there is a better way to govern. Instead of treating politics as a blood sport, he looks for […]

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COVID-19/Public Health

Let’s Go Healthy The coronavirus pandemic has devastated lives and stretched our medical community. Gov. Cox remains committed to pooling the state’s vast resources to conquer COVID-19, providing the latest information from trusted public health officials, distributing vaccinations to the most vulnerable first and prompting all Utahns to do their part in combating the virus. […]

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Education

Utahns recognize that the state’s future depends on the well-being and education of its children. Every investment we make in our schools will pay dividends not only for individual success but for our society as a whole. But two major issues threaten Utah schools and must be addressed: inequities in school funding and retention of the best teachers.

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Future Prosperity

Let’s Go Forward Utah’s economy has been hit hard by the pandemic, with many who work in local restaurants and bars, events, travel and tourism continuing to struggle. But there is light at the end of the tunnel.  As more Utahns are vaccinated, we’re already seeing unemployment claims decline and consumer confidence increase. New home […]

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Opportunity for All

Let’s Go Together As Utah becomes more racially and ethnically diverse, we need to ensure that Utah is a state where all have the opportunity to enjoy a remarkable quality of life, no matter their gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religion. “History teaches us that progress doesn’t just happen. It requires forethought, commitment and deliberate […]

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Rural Matters

Let’s Go Utah Gov. Cox grew up in rural Utah and his family has lived and farmed in Sanpete County for six generations. Up until his election as governor, he lived in Fairview and commuted 200 miles almost daily to maintain his residence there during his service as lieutenant governor.   Because he understands the needs […]

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