Economy, Natural Spaces, Environment, Education, Renewable Energy
with bipartisan strength and unity to solve the problems in Utah
Combining the values set forth in the traditional vision of this great state with caring for our environment (making sure our economic strength and environmental strength co-exist), outdoor adventure, infrastructure, safety, education and renewable energy initiatives, we can come together to keep our community great.
I have been part of this community for many years, working tirelessly to add my few drops to the well of prosperity for all. I was invited to come to Utah to teach at the University of Utah Math department in 2000, and was there for years before moving into public education with my teens, most recently at a school for autism for almost a decade. With my husband, I served eight years on a mission for the Inner City helping those in need gain access to medical, dental, housing and employment. Because drugs were such a powerful influence in most of their lives, progress was slow but people CAN change when others believe in them and give support. I learned to navigate the social services system during this time and can continue to help those in need. I serve currently with my husband at the Veteran's Association Medical Center organizing fund raisers and assisting with donation organization. We teach addiction recovery on campus and feel it such a privilege to serve those who fought for our country. What a great deal of gratitude they are owed for fighting for the freedom we have to succeed in this system of free enterprise. Previous to coming to Utah, I was a school board member in Kentucky and worked for the Republican Party in Arkansas. I was raised in Texas by generations of Republicans and stand by and advocate for the Utah Republican Party Platform in this great state in which I now live.
I’ve traveled solo through Turkey and Czechia and lived years in Norway, a NATO state. My Norwegian father-in-law detonated the bombs that didn’t go off in trainings in the northern reaches of that country that they hosted with the US. I can put the strength of our country and especially our state, in context with the rest of the world. Here in Utah, we are truly standing on the shoulders of giants because of the strength of our founding fathers and that of our own forefathers. With this comes great responsibility and should come a deal of respect.
Utah is the 2nd driest state in the country and we have the 2nd highest water usage in the country per capita. We have the welcome mat out to bring in the world when our water resources and air quality are diminishing without proper planning for the future. Utah has the #1 best economy in the nation. Economic strength and environmental stewardship are not mutually exclusive. EPA has carefully outlined what we can do to mitigate climate change. We can do this as we come together.
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Ruth Ann Abbott for House District 23
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