Salt Lake City, UT— State Party Vice Chair Rob Miller is announcing that he will be seeking to be elected as the Chair of the Davis County Democratic Party at the Davis County Democratic Party Convention to be held at Centerville Jr. High School located at 625 South Main Street in Centerville, Utah. The convention will be held on Saturday, April 18 beginning at 11:00 AM.As vice-chair, Rob has been the voice and the face of the Utah Democratic Party, and a huge part of Utah's blogging community for several years now. He'll be missed at the state party level, but Davis county is an opportunity for Democrats, and I'm guessing Rob will not only succeed in his run for county chair, but also at making a name for Democrats there.
“It has been my pleasure to serve the Utah State Democratic Party for the past four years, and I want to continue to do so in a different capacity as Chair of the Davis County Party,” said Rob Miller. “Local action is where it’s at these days. Democrats are ready to govern and I want the voters in Davis County to know that. Davis County has faced increased property taxes, environmental hazards, overcrowding, transportation and a host of other issues. Our current elected officials have failed us. I want to lead the change to a better way of doing things that is more responsive to our citizens.”
From the ground up, as they say. Kudos, Rob, and best of luck.