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United Utah Party announces candidates for 2018 Utah County elections

Feb 15, 2018 02:18PM

By John Tomson

On Wednesday, February 14, the United Utah Party announced its first wave of 2018 candidates for Utah County at the Historic Utah County Court House.

United Utah Party Chair Richard Davis attended the event and said that “We are delighted to present the first group of state legislative and local candidates to run on the UUP banner. Each one brings a fresh approach to government. They are young and new to politics and will offer a stark contrast to politicians. We hope voters will learn more about them and the United Utah Party they represent.”

The candidates who announced for the 2018 election include:

 Isaac Walters, candidate for House District 56. Mr. Walters is a Provo resident and earned a BA in Theater from BYU, an MFA in Directing from Columbia University, and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Walters has spent a majority of his career in higher education and currently works at UVU.

Hillary Stirling, candidate for House District 57. Ms. Stirling is a Pleasant Grove resident and received a BA in English from BYU and an AS in Paralegal Studies from UVU. She is currently employed with the law firm Mack and Associates.

Eric Chase, candidate for House District 61. Mr. Chase is a Provo resident with a degree in Mechatronic Technologies from Utah Valley University.

Teri McCabe, candidate for Utah County Commissioner – Seat A. Ms. McCabe is a Provo resident and received her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Athletic Training from BYU.