Brad Wilson Earns Endorsement of Davis County Leaders Ahead of Davis County Lincoln Day Dinner 

SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH – U.S. Senate candidate Brad Wilson announced today that he earned the endorsement of Davis County Sheriff Kelly Sparks, as well as support from 10 mayors in Davis County. The endorsements come as Wilson is set to visit the area on Saturday for the Davis County Lincoln Day Dinner. 

“I’m honored to have earned the support of so many local leaders in the county I call home: Davis County,” said Brad Wilson. “Everywhere I go, you can feel the momentum building behind our campaign driven by Utahns who are fed up with the way things are going in Washington and are ready to send a conservative fighter to take our country back.”

The full list of endorsements is below: 

Sheriff Kelly Sparks, Davis County Sheriff 

Kendalyn Harris, Bountiful Mayor 

Brandon Stanger, Clinton Mayor 

Brett Anderson, Farmington Mayor 

Tamara Tran, Kaysville Mayor 

Joy Petro, Layton Mayor 

Brian Horrocks, North Salt Lake Mayor 

Rod Westbroek, South Weber Mayor 

Dave Maughan, Syracuse Mayor 

Kenneth Romney, West Bountiful Mayor 

Ryan Westergard, Woods Cross Mayor 

In addition to the endorsements, Wilson this week was the first U.S. Senate candidate to submit signatures to qualify for the ballot in Utah. To qualify for the ballot using signatures, candidates must submit a minimum of 28,000 valid signatures.