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"The Republican Party Central Committee of Cache County...shall govern the affairs of the Republican Party in Cache County and shall exercise those powers conferred by the Utah Republican Party Constitution and by [the county] Bylaws. Central Committee meetings shall be held at least semi-annually in Spring and Fall."

Wednesday June 12, 7 PM at Green Canyon High School Lecture Hall.

Attending: Precinct Chairs, Vice Chairs, Treasurers, and Secretaries elected at the most recent Republican Party Caucuses held in their respective Precincts, the duly elected or appointed members of the Executive Committee, and ex officio delegates.  See Article 1 of the bylaws.

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Utah Governor                         

Phil Lyman, 67.54%, convention winner                  

Spencer Cox, 32.46%, lost at convention, primary signatures


Utah Attorney General

Frank Mylar, 59.76%, convention only candidate        

Rachel Terry, 40.24%, convention only candidate       

Derek Brown, lost at convention, primary due to signatures

State Auditor

Ricky Hatch, 51.3%, convention only candidate         

Tina Cannon, 48.7%, convention only candidate        

US Senate

Trent Staggs, 69.7%, convention winner              

John Curtis, 30.3%, lost at convention, primary signatures

Brad Wilson, 7.7%, lost at convention, primary signatures

Jason Walton, 7.1%, lost at convention, primary signatures

US House CD1

Paul Miller, 54.9%, convention only candidate              

Blake Moore, 45.1%, convention and signature candidate

House District 2  

Michael J. Petersen

Approved by Acclamation At County Convention, no Primary election

Council Logan 2: Barbara Tidwell

County Clerk:  Bryson Behm

County Recorder: Tennille Johnson

County Treasurer: Craig McAllister

County Assessor: Brett Robinson

County Clerk/Auditor: Bryson Behm

Senate District 2: Chris Wilson

House District 1: Thomas Peterson

House District 5: Casey Snider

Selected At County Convention, no Primary Election

County Auditor:  Matthew Funk

County Attorney: K. Taylor Sorensen

Logan 1:  Keegan Garrity

House District 3: Jason Thompson       (Borup withdrawn)

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How The Republican Party Works

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Delegates represent their precinct in selecting candidates for the primary and general elections.  Delegates determine each candidates fitness for the office and their fidelity to Republican principles and platform.  If a candidate does not receive at least 70% of the convention vote, the top two candidates advance to the Primary election.
Join with us in defending liberty!

Register to vote, update your voter registration information, or update your ballot mailing address at the Utah Voter Registration Website.  Your vote counts! 

Utah Code 20A-3A-202(9) allows voters to ask their Election Officer NOT to send a mailed ballot. These citizens will simply vote in person.  Request must be received 60 days before the next election.

Watch Tad Callister's Lincoln Dinner Presentation

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Join with interested groups to serve our community:

The MISSION of the Cache GOP is to promote and defend the Constitution and values of our party Platform through finding, electing and supporting principled Republicans in elected offices through the caucus-convention system and through media, social events, training and education.

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