Last Friday I filed as a candidate for re-election to the Utah House of Representatives, District 6. Today I put out my formal announcement for my re-election campaign (see below). I want to thank each of you for your support and confidence in me as your representative. It is a humbling honor to serve you. Watch my Facebook page and my website for upcoming delegate events and cottage meetings.
Cory Maloy to seek re-election to the Utah House of Representatives
“It is an honor to serve the people of House District 6”
LEHI, Utah – March 16, 2018 Representative Cory Maloy formally announced today his intent to run for re-election in the Utah House of Representatives for Utah House District 6. Maloy is currently serving his first term.
“It has been an exciting term serving House District 6,” said Maloy. “We’ve tackled some big issues challenging our district. For example, securing the funding necessary to complete I-15 through Lehi and Thanksgiving Point, fighting against tax increases and government overreach, helping our first responders receive the tools they need to save more lives, added protection to our law enforcement officers, increased the ease-of-ability of people to move to Utah and obtain their business licenses, supporting and protecting our Constitutional rights, protecting Utah’s public lands, and many other issues and policies.”
As a House Representative, Maloy plans to continue focusing on these and other critical areas:
Maloy is founder and principal of Maloy PR, a successful public relations firm based in the heart of Silicon Slopes of Lehi.
“I’m a builder,” said Maloy. “During my entire career, I’ve had the opportunity to help PR firms and different organizations succeed. I’ve been able to do this with a combination of creative and well thought out strategy. I help to unify people for a common cause. I bring that experience to the Utah Legislature.”
In addition to serving as a House Representative, Maloy served as Chair of Legislative District 6 of the Utah County Republican Party (UCRP). He led the unification of Republican causes including protection of the influence and relevance of its delegates to exercise strength on Party matters. He has also served on the UCRP Steering Committee as Volunteers Officer and PR and Media Officer, as a Precinct Chair and as a county and state delegate.
People can reach Maloy at (801) 477-0019, firstname.lastname@example.org, and at www.corymaloy.com.
Caucus is March 20. I hope to see you all there. This video explains my feelings and experiences with Caucus.
With the growth in Lehi and Saratoga Springs, there are now 19 precincts. Up from 16 in our last caucus. Welcome Lehi Precinct's 24, 25, and 26! Make sure you know which precinct you're in. Here are all the caucus locations for Utah House District 6. You can also go here (vote.utah.gov/vote/menu/index) for more voter information and to confirm which precinct you're in (FYI, if you are in the new precincts--LE24, LE25, and LE26--the state website can confirm your precinct, but doesn't have the caucus location. If you are in LE05, the state site has the wrong location. The locations below are correct for each precinct's caucus meeting.) Contact me anytime if you have questions regarding caucus. We'll see you March 20!!
The 2018 Legislative Session is now history. In my report I discuss how my bills ended up, taxes, Our Schools Now, re-election, and caucus.
Town hall, capitol tour, nursing mothers, stronger punishment for killing K9 officers, tax reform and an update on the bills I'm running.
Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon is off to Washington DC. Philo will have a good home in Utah and remain an honored Utahn.
The people of a stunned nation once again endure the pain, suffering, and deaths of innocent people perpetrated by a criminal, a monster, a murderer. Once again, the people of this nation mourn, pray and think about the victims and their families trying to understand why these terrible events occur. My family joins the nation in prayer for the people of Parkland, Florida.
With those prayers, I add my voice to those calling for action. We need to do all we can to stop these events from occurring while building a strong defense in our schools to protect school children.
What we can do:
Take my legislative survey:
During week three, HB56 passed the Senate and is off to the governor's desk for signature, I voted for HB205, and the debate on Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon replacing Philo T. Farnsworth to represent Utah in the U.S. Capitol.
MTECH here in Lehi needs to build a new building next to their current building to serve their growing population of students. They are a great school with great programs, great instructors, and great leadership. Serving on the Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Committee, I was pleased to cast my priority vote to fund the building and happy to see the committee as a whole prioritized MTECH at the top of the list. The Executive Appropriations Committee needs to agree to fund the building based on our committee's recommendation, but the school is that much closer. They already acquired the lot for the new building and the appropriation will be on top of the funds they have already raised from donors. https://mtec.edu/
Today HB 56, Emergency Personnel Recording Amendments, passed in the Utah Senate and is off to the Governor for his signature making the bill law. This has been a long time coming. It is a wonderful bill that will help paramedic firefighters and first responders in their training. It protects audio recordings that they may make of their work to revive people for use in training. In other states where this has been implemented, a noticeable spike in the survivability rate as been seen. This bill has always been about helping our first responders save more Utah lives. I’m very proud to be the sponsor of such a great bill. I’m grateful to Brandon Howard, a Lehi resident and paramedic firefighter, who brought me this issue and has been a wonderful advisor throughout. I’m also grateful for the help of Senator Jake Anderegg who served as the Senate floor sponsor of the bill. I hope and pray that Utah firefighters and other first responders will continually be blessed for their work and that they may always be safe.
A. Cory Maloy
A. Cory Maloy (R) was elected to the Utah House of Representatives for District 6 on Nov. 8, 2016