Our Mission

The United Utah Party unites all who want to end the extreme partisanship that has corrupted our political conversation. We focus on practical solutions based on common sense and common ground. We are the voice for Utah's Uniters.

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Our Candidates

Eric Eliason

As a father of four, ages 14 to 20, I approach this campaign firmly invested in the future of our state and country. I am optimistic that we can leave a positive legacy for generations to follow.

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Amy Martz

I am the United Utah Party candidate for Utah House District 42. I have served in our community as a teacher, an elementary school principal, and as an attorney. I am a parent to 4 children and I value family, education, and freedom of religion. I am running to bring collaboration and compassion back to our political climate.

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Tim Zeidner

My name is Tim Zeidner, and I’m running for Congress with the United Utah Party because the two-party system is broken and doesn’t represent the values of the people of Utah. In Congress, I’ll fight for free trade, term limits, and common-sense immigration reform — without a wall.

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Hillary Stirling

I am the United Utah Party candidate for Utah House District 57 in Pleasant Grove and American Fork. I have degrees from BYU and UVU and I'm the mother of two teenage boys. I'm running to be a bridge builder and a listener who can move past partisan fights to solve our most pressing problems.

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Alex Castagno

I'm the United Utah Party candidate for Utah State Senate District 9. I'm the president of Civolicy which is a local political advocacy group. I'm currently the leader of the LGBTQ sub-committee of the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition and I've been working with community leaders to end Utah's suicide epidemic.

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Michelle Weeks

I'm running for Utah House District 51 in Draper because we need a united approach to our shared challenges. Job growth, healthy businesses, an attractive environment, great recreation, and quality of life, depend on government that represents all of us, not just one party or a few powerful corporate interests.

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Latest Blog Posts

The Ills of a One Party System

From 1929 to 2000, Mexico had a one-party system.  It is true that political parties other than the PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) could form and compete.  And it is likely one of those parties won the 1988 presidential election, but was denied the victory due to election fraud by the...

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Candidates Worth Supporting

As I talk with various "movers and shakers" about the United Utah Party, I tell them about how we started, what we stand for, and what we plan to do in 2018.  But I find these people are particularly interested in our candidates.  It is a pleasure to be able to introduce our...

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Verify Your Voter Registration - Chair's Note

Chair's Note Eric Eliason, our candidate for the 1st Congressional district, informed me over the weekend that he got a voter card in the mail from his elections office that showed he was registered as an unaffiliated voter.  He then compared it to one he received a month ago saying...

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