Week in Review: Momentum Surges for Brad Wilson 


SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH – Today wraps up a busy week for Brad Wilson as he traveled all across Utah, visiting eight different cities and holding five town halls, visiting mines, power plants and steel plants, while meeting with voters, listening to their stories, and answering their questions.

Highlights from Brad Wilson’s week on the campaign trail….

Five Town Halls

Wilson had quite the swing this week, with meet and greets and town halls in Manila, Vernal, Roosevelt, Price, and Kamas.

Brad Wilson speaking with voters at campaign events

11 New Endorsements 

This week Wilson announced that he earned the endorsement of Davis County Sheriff Kelly Sparks, as well as support from ten Davis County mayors. 

“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 you 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.”

Behind The Scenes Look at Biden’s Failed Environmental Agenda 

On Tuesday, Brad Wilson toured the Simplot Phosphate Mine in Vernal, where he met the employees and rode in one of their massive dump trucks. Simplot is a major supplier of crop nutrition and plays a crucial role in the agriculture industry.

Brad Wilson with employees of the Simplot Phosphate Mine

On Wednesday, Wilson toured the Pacificorp Hunter Power Plant, an important source of energy for Utahns, in Castle Dale. The plant powers over two million people across America and provides hundreds of jobs, but because of the Biden administration’s radical climate agenda and federal overreach, the plant is set to close its doors. “The Biden administration, with their amazing overreach over and over again, is trying to shut this power plant down, which would jeopardize the West’s ability to have affordable and reliable power,” said Brad Wilson after the tour.

Watch the full video here.

Brad Wilson at the Pacificorp Hunter Plant

From Fields to Families: Ballerina Farms

This week, Wilson also visited Ballerina Farm in Kamas, a family-owned ranch that sells high quality beef and pork. They raise Berkshire pigs and Angus cattle, which are known for their quality. On the tour, he learned about how the business is run, from raising the animals to providing healthy meals for families across the country. Farming and agriculture is an integral part of Utah’s economy and the Ballerina Farm’s success is an example of Utah’s many hardworking farm families.

Brad Wilson at the Ballerina Farm

Nucor Steel 

Wilson closed out the busy week on Friday with a tour of Nucor Steel in Brigham City, one of the nation’s leading steel building manufacturers. They provide services ranging from framing, roof paneling, and building accessories. As a job creator himself, supporting Utah’s blue-collar workers will always be a top priority for Wilson.

Brad Wilson at NUCOR Steel

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