An Open Letter to Utah’s Voters:
I am a conservative Republican living in Eagle Mountain and have just released a new report that documents how Governor Gary Herbert and Attorney General Sean Reyes have used their offices to protect developer-related corruption in my city.
According to a former city building inspector one of our most powerful local developers has been exempt from the city’s building codes for about 19 years, which has almost certainly padded his bottom line with tens of millions of dollars in illegal profits at the expense of the city’s residents. When I tried to clean up my city by getting my government employees fired and prosecuted, Herbert’s appointees and Reyes’ staff repeatedly ran interference for them.
I have documented all of this in my report, which also contains dozens of links to backup documentation so you don’t have to take my word for it. You can find the report here:
This corruption has got to stop and we can begin the process by voting for Herbert’s and Reyes’ Democratic and Libertarian challengers, respectively, in this election cycle. I know it’s not an ideal solution, but if we allow these men to stay in office for another four years I’m pretty sure Utah will follow the example of the country’s other one-party states where the corruption becomes so entrenched no one can stop it.
That is why I am urging all Utah voters, and their political leaders, to stand together so we can throw these men out of office. Corruption is a real issue that transcends party lines and should trump our normal policy differences every election season.
I hope I can count on your support at the ballot box on November 8th. If you have any questions or would like more info, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Eagle Mountain, Utah
P.S. Please share this letter with your friends and family to spread the word about Utah’s corruption. If enough people become aware of it, we can defeat it together.
Also, if you are interested in learning how to become a highly effective government reformer, you might want to check out my three-page case study about my fight in Eagle Mountain. Reforming government is easier than you think, if you have the right strategy.