Ladd Johnson, Chair
Ladd Johnson has served as the Salt Lake County Chair of the UUP, interim Vice Chair of the UUP and ran as a candidate for the UUP in November 2022 for Utah House District 46 in Draper. Ladd has a bachelor's degree and master's degree in Accounting from BYU as well as a law degree from BYU. Professionally he has worked as a mergers & acquisitions attorney for 22 years (7 years at a large Washington DC law firm, Wiley Rein, and the last 15 years as a partner at Edinger Associates). He is married to Bryn Johnson and they are the proud parents of 5 children.
Patricia Bradford, Vice Chair
Patricia Bradford has been a member of the United Utah Party since 2017. She previously served as the Iron County Vice-Chair, Iron County Chair, and Southwest Region Chair. She also ran as a candidate for State Senate 28 in 2022. Bradford holds a bachelor’s degree in history & geography from Southern Utah University. She spent four years working for software companies along the Wasatch Front before moving to part-time contract and freelance work. She and her husband are the parents of three children.
Michael Hunter, Secretary
Michael Hunter was born and raised in Provo, Utah. While attending Brigham Young University, Michael’s love for the United States of America solidified as he became interested in international affairs, government, and the political process. This led him to pursue a BA degree in Political Science. While attending BYU he met his beautiful wife, Hollie Jones. They have been blessed with 3 children and live in Spanish Fork, UT. Michael is working to help continue a family and community legacy by working for the family business, Jones Paint & Glass. Michael and Hollie are committed to family and community. Hollie works as an educator at Spanish Fork High School.
Michael joined the United Utah Party while looking for a way to unite friends and family over extreme and divisive political opinions. He found hope for common ground, compromise, and productive political debate that leads to uniting over political issues, rather than division. Michael believes that Utah is amazing and uniquely positioned to show the United States that a strong third-party option can lead to more productive solutions and better outcomes for all people by uniting citizens from all political perspectives, and opening productive dialogue to solve the difficult problems that face Utah and the nation.
Brian Fabbi, Treasurer
Brian Fabbi joined the United Utah Party in 2017 and has been involved since day one. He has served as Salt Lake County Chair, ran for House District 31 in 2018, and most recently ran for Utah State Auditor in 2020. He currently works as an accountant. He and his wife Shelley live in West Valley City with their cat and foster kittens.