While I’m grateful to the members of my party for my election as chair of the Utah Democratic Party, I want to address an issue facing thousands of families in our state that has nothing to do with party affiliation or ideology, and that’s the question of the freedom to marry. Many Americans, including myself, thought Utah would be the last state in the nation to perform marriages for loving …
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We are excited to announce that YDA is heading to Salt Lake City for our Fall National Conference from Friday, November 30th - Sunday, December 2nd.
YDA meetings will begin Friday afternoon and run through noon on Sunday. The conference will include a new member training, number of caucus sessions and issue trainings, YDA committee meetings, as well as a Saturday luncheon with a special guest speaker. A more detailed schedule will be released in the coming weeks.
The Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown - 215 W. South Temple - is the host venue for this Meeting. The room rate $109/night for plus tax for single/double. You can book reservations by contacting the hotel directly +1 (801) 531-7500. Only reservations made by November 8th will be guaranteed the group rate.
- Early Bird Registration ($55) will then be in available until 5 PM EST Friday, October 12th
- Regular registration ($65) will then be in available until 5 PM EST Friday, November 16th
- After 5 PM EST on Friday, November 16th, only On-Site Registration ($85) will be accepted.
Please note, registration fees have increased from previous conferences as the result of the addition of a Saturday luncheon for all conference attendees. If you have any questions or any special dietary needs such as vegetarian or kosher meals, please do not hesitate to contact our Interim Meetings Director, Walker Mattox.
Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown
215 W. South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
In considering which candidate to endorse, The Salt Lake Tribune editorial board had hoped that Romney would exhibit the same talents for organization, pragmatic problem solving and inspired leadership that he displayed here more than a decade ago. Instead, we have watched him morph into a friend of the far right, then tack toward the center with breathtaking aplomb. Through a pair of presidential debates, Romney’s domestic agenda remains bereft of detail and worthy of mistrust.
Therefore, our endorsement must go to the incumbent, a competent leader who, against tough odds, has guided the country through catastrophe and set a course that, while rocky, is pointing toward a brighter day. The president has earned a second term. Romney, in whatever guise, does not deserve a first.
Remember, we completed the redistricting process in 2011. Your precinct, house, senate, and congressional districts may have changed!
If you know your precinct number, click the link below to find your caucus location.
If you do not know your precinct number, click the link below to look it and your caucus location up. On the form, you will need to enter your first name, last name, date of birth, select your county, and enter the house number in your address. For example, a person living at 123 South Constitution Avenue would enter 123 as their house number.
Remember to write down your precinct number and take it with you to your caucus meeting.
If you need to look up your caucus location manually, please click here!
We are a resource and it is important that we get as many people as possible to their caucus meeting. If you have any questions, call Justin Daniels at (801) 328-1212, and he can walk you through the process.