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2022 Democratic Candidates

Here’s a look at our Democrats running for offices representing Weber County


1st District U.S. House: Rick Jones

Rick is a retired adjunct teacher of economics from Weber State and a well written constitutional scholar. He lives within his district and knows the needs of the 1st Congressional District voters. He is on the right side of Healthcare, Education, Livable Wage, Gender Equality, Clean Air & Water, and Public Land Use. Please help Rick on his way to becoming our new representative.

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Utah Senate, District 5: Mike Blodgett

Campaign Issues: Education, Protecting Our Public Lands, Transportation, Fiscal Responsibility, Criminal Justice Reform, Quality Growth. Find out more about Mike and his stance on these issues at his website


Utah House, District 8: Monica Hall

Platform issues are: - Ensure a commitment to good governing with responsible use of tax monies. - Represent the needs of our community through carefully crafted policy. - Focus on clean air, public health, and water conservations so Ogden City and Ogden Valley can thrive. - Work to lower high poverty levels in Ogden City. - Fight for women's equality in wages and reproductive health care. Find out more about Monica at:


Utah House, District 9: Neil Hansen

Neil served as a member of the Utah House of Prefersentatives from 1999 until 2011, representing the 9th district. Five principles are guiding his candidacy, a focus on integrity, accountability, responsibility, checks and balances, and transparency. He has deep political experience as a democrat in Utah, and knows what are the important issues to the voters in his district.


Utah House, District 10: Rep. Rosemary Lesser (Incumbent)

Dr. Rosemary Lesser has dedicated her entire life and career to helping others, serving her country in the Air Force, her community as a local OB/GYN, and now her friends and neighbors as the Representative for House District 10. She is proud to use her lifetime of experience as a physician, a veteran, and leader to help make Utah a better place for all of us. Learn more about Rep. Lesser at


Weber County Commission, Seat A: John Thompson

John was quoted in an April 9, 2022 story in the Ogden Standard-Examiner: “The people deserve a choice,” he said. Conservation of water is important to him, he said, noting the low level of Pineview Reservoir. Unfettered development, too, is a concern. “We keep doing that — that doesn’t appear to me to be a good idea,” he said. County commissioners will have a key role in the future of the proposal for expansion of the Weber County jail and Thompson said he backs the plans. He also supports the notion of raising property taxes to fund the upgrades, if necessary. (Standard-Examiner 4-9-2022

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