Get involved in Utah’s political system. Attend these seminars to learn how to make your voice heard.


December 10, 2013 FREE

Former United States Utah Senator Robert Bennett

Former United States Senator Robert Bennett will speak about the Utah electoral process.


Real Women Run: Recruiting and training women to run for political office

January 14, 2014 FREE

Why Should I Run?: Weber County Commissioner, Jan Zogmaister
Campaign Organization: Lauren Littlefield, Political Director, Utah State Democratic Party
Campaign Finance: Liv Olafsson Moffat, Finance Advisor, Herbert for Governor

Real Women Run is an expanding organization with representatives from the Wasatch Front. The goal is to recruit and train women to run for office or to assist other women with their efforts. RWR has been active for three years. Members are current and former public officials, League of Women Voters, American Association of University Women, and representatives from colleges and universities. During this session, Real Women Run will present an introductory campaign training to the institute.


Caucus Training with Local Party Leaders

February 11, 2014 FREE

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox
Noall Knighton (R), Weber County
Ben Pales (D), Weber County

This seminar will allow the county party leadership to share necessary information with those wanting to be up to date on local government, attend caucus meetings or who to contact with questions. This will not be a soap box for political philosophy or recruitment. It will be informative for the “who” and “how to” questions that some may have. The county leaders are the ones who work closely with the candidates as well as facilitate the caucuses. They have an intimate knowledge of how local citizens can get involved and make a difference.


Meet the Candidates Night

April 8, 2014 FREE

Davis, Morgan, Weber County, & Local Candidates

This event will be an open house format. Local candidates running for office will be available to visit and answer question. This format will provide access to the candidates in a smaller setting at a single location, which allows easier and more substantive individual discussion.