I would like to thank my supporters for their hard work in helping my campaign and doing everything they can to comply with the rules and ordinances of the City of Lehi and the various HOA organizations. It's a lot of work, and their integrity speaks volumes. My wife and I are grateful.
Last week many of my Traverse Mountain supporters began distributing campaign signs throughout the community after first speaking with the heads of the HOA to both receive permission and to obtain information on where signs were permitted. Once placed, my supporters checked in again with the HOA to make sure everything was okay and asked them to let them know if there were any issues. They were told everything was fine.
Later that day after receiving several calls, the HOA reversed its permission and determined no one would be allowed to place signs. Upon receiving word of that decision, I immediately asked my supporters to remove all signs in Traverse Mountain where they were not allowed, which they and some HOA staff members did.
We love and support all of the people of our House District comprised of portions of Saratoga Springs and Lehi. We don't live on Traverse Mountain, but up until three years ago we lived within the Traverse Mountain LDS Stake and have many close friends who live there.
We reiterate our intent to work hard and compete aggressively in my campaign to become Representative of Utah House District 6. We will do so with honesty, integrity, respect for our citizens and by following campaign rules along with the rules and laws of our city and communities.
A. Cory Maloy
A. Cory Maloy (R) was elected to the Utah House of Representatives for District 6 on Nov. 8, 2016