I have been a conservative for my entire life because the Republican platform just makes sense to me. I have lived in Utah for 25 years, 13 of them in Wasatch County and 12 in Summit County. Utah has a strong history of being a conservative state and that appeals to a lot of residents and people moving here. I'd like, as Summit County GOP Chair, to bring the Republican platform of low taxes, small government, individual liberty and that the Constitution should be honored and upheld to the residents of Summit County.



Vice Chair

Bachelors degree in Horticulture with a minor in Business Administration and an Honors degree in Arthuriad Literature from New Mexico State University. Masters degree in Agricultural Education from University of Arizona. Authored the Teachers Reference Unit ‘Drip Irrigation for the Residential Landscape.’ Former Certified Arborist and Licensed Irrigation Auditor and Exam Proctor. Program Director for the Low 4 Program at the University of Arizona/Pima County Cooperative Extension. MOPS mentor mom, Mothers in Prayer Area Coordinator,  Vice President on the Board of Directors for the Summit and Wasatch Counties Pregnancy Help Center. Married for 32 years to my best friend! Two daughters: the elder is a chemist/artist, in AZ; her husband is a software developer. The youngest is a Masters student at Georgetown University; her husband is a historian/writer.

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Before being elected, she served as a State Delegate for two terms and County Delegate for two terms.
She is excited to have this opportunity to serve as Treasurer and participate in furthering conservative goals.
Karen was born and raised in Utah, and has lived in Summit County for thirty years. She has two children and seven grand-children. All of them live in this beautiful State of Utah.
Karen attended the University of Utah where she earned a BS EE Degree. Her career was in Telecommunications, working as a Telecom Engineer for Questar Gas, now Dominion Energy.

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Snyderville Regional Chair

Dawn has been a resident of Park City for fifteen years. She loves Summit County and the State of Utah and is proud to represent the republican’s of Park City. Dawn is a real estate investor, a mother of three beautiful daughters, and has been happily married for almost 30 years. She is passionate about people, travel and preserving our constitutional rights.

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Park City Regional Chair

Kristen Brown's parents met in Washington D.C. when her father was the Administrative Assistant to her Grandfather, Representative Henry Aldous Dixon.  Congressman Dixon served from 1955-1961 and represented Utah's 1st District, which includes Summit County.  Her father was the Chairman of the Political Science Department at B.Y.U. when she was born.  Her interest in politics comes naturally.
She was a White House intern in the Reagan Administration and earned a finance degree from B.Y.U. before working as a financial analyst in New York City.  Of the four countries and seven states that she has lived in, she loves the U.S.A. and the natural beauty of Utah the most.  She is married with three children and a tremendous dog.



South Summit Regional Chair



North Summit Regional Chair

Carlos supports the Utah State Constitution and her citizens' sovereignty. He entered entered Politics to defend a neighbor's farm and  the State Constitution and subsequently ran for governor.


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