Your next council member

Aaron is the most experienced and prepared candidate to create positive change in Sandy

I’m running to ensure that all our

families have a future in this city we love

Since becoming a father I’ve felt compelled to make our community a better place for my family and yours. So far, I’ve done this through a variety of community service, and once again I feel compelled to run for elected office.

It is important that our city council make the most appropriate decisions for the people. But, right now we are on a path of unchecked growth and unincentivized development. The impact of this is unaffordable housing, unsafe roads, and unfamiliar neighborhoods.

I have worked directly with our Mayor and Council, and I am appreciative for their service. However, based on many decisions, I am concerned that the council is not representing your voice.

I will listen to the residents and conduct myself in a way that restores the integrity of the office. I will not be beholden to special interests because my campaign is funded and powered by the people.

I have the passion, time, and energy to win this election, and I look forward to your support! Please join me.

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Protecting our Environment

Aaron is a champion for nature

Leadership

Aaron has worked to develop programs that have already made our community better. For example, starting in 2018 he worked for 17 months directly with Momentum Recycling

and Sandy City to bring curbside

glass recycling to Sandy.

Experience

Aaron’s experience and education puts him in a unique position to address the issues we face. He holds a master’s degree in psychology, understands planning and zoning, and has a certificate from MIT in Smart City Design.

Aaron also leads numerous nonprofit boards.

Vision

Picture this: clean air & water, sustainable growth, improved transportation, affordable housing, community engagement, responsive government, inspirational leaders, international recognition. The people are ready, now we just need to elect people who will do it.

Improving Transportation

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