Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Wasatch County GOP
Annual Lincoln Day Breakfast
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The Wasatch County Lincoln Day Breakfast is an annual fundraiser sponsored by the Wasatch County Republican Party. It will be held at the beautiful Soldier Hollow Club House. A delicious breakfast buffet will be served, and a patriotic program will follow. We will hear patriotic music and speeches from elected federal and state officials. We look forward to a well-attended, inspirational, and patriotic event. Please invite freedom-loving family, friends, and neighbors. We look forward to seeing you there!

8:00 AM-breakfast served
8:30 AM-program begins
Soldier Hollow Clubhouse
1370 W. Soldier Hollow Lane Midway

Cost: $25 per person in advance; $30 at the door

You won't want to miss this patriotic event!
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Monday, November 27, 2017

Wasatch County GOP Central Committee Meeting
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 at 7 PM
Heber City Police Department
301 S. Main Street, Heber

All precinct chairs and vice-chairs are expected to attend, but this meeting is also open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.

Guest Speaker:
Newly Elected Mayor of Heber City, Kelleen Potter


A Media Specialist position was added to the Wasatch County GOP Executive Committee, and Erik Nystul was elected to fill the position. Erik lives in Heber City with his wife Kaitlyn, and their dog, Milo. He is a proud graduate of Wasatch High School, and served a mission for the LDS Church in South Carolina, where he and Kaitlyn met. He works in Insurance Marketing, but spends his free time fishing, gardening, cooking, and going to the movies. Erik brings much experience to this position. We appreciate his willingness to serve.

Friday, May 26, 2017

2017 State GOP Organizing Convention

On Saturday, May 20th, various state delegates from Wasatch County attended the 2017 State GOP Organizing Convention at the South Towne Convention Center. We appreciate all who attended.

The following are the results:

State GOP Officer Election

Chair: Rob Anderson (66%)

Vice-Chair: Joni Crane (66%)

Secretary: Lisa Shephard (55%)

Treasurer: Abram Young (acclamation)

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Update on 2017 County GOP Organizing Convention & Posting of New Media Specialist Position

On behalf of the Wasatch County GOP Executive Committee, I would like to thank all county delegates and others who attended the Organizing Convention on April 27th. We realize that there were a number of other meetings and events in the community and appreciate those who took the time to be there. 

We are grateful to all of the elected officials who attended and spoke. We appreciated hearing an update on current issues and on some of the work that they are doing in their various roles in the state and in the county. We thank them for their dedication and service.

We appreciate those who were willing to run for or continue serving in a county party position.
The following are the County Party Officers:

Chair:  Morgan Murdock 

Vice-Chair:  Jared Rigby

No one filed to run for Chair or Vice-Chair before the deadline. According to the County Party Bylaws, "If no declarations are received, the current County Chair and/or County Vice-Chair shall retain his/her/their seat(s)."

Secretary: Michelle Holmes (uncontested race; elected by acclamation)

Treasurer:  Brent Titcomb

Rep. to State Central Committee: Renee Green (uncontested race; elected by acclamation)

A few amendments to the County Party Bylaws were proposed and were approved unanimously. The Bylaws posted on reflect the recent amendments. One of the amendments was the addition of a new position to the County GOP Executive Committee: Media Specialist

The new bylaw states:

2.2.5 Media Specialist. The Media Specialist will provide Wasatch County Republican Party information to members of the County Party and to the public by doing the following: regularly update the County Party Website, post information on social media, write and submit press releases and news articles, and publish notices and advertisements of upcoming meetings, conventions, Neighborhood Caucus Elections, and other events. All public communications must be approved by the County Party Chair or Vice Chair. (Any interviews by the media will take place with the Chair or Vice-Chair.) The Media Specialist shall serve as a member of the County Central Committee and shall perform all other duties assigned by the Chair. The Media Specialist shall be an automatic delegate to the County Conventions.

According to the County Party Bylaws, “In the event of a vacancy…the County Central Committee…shall appoint a successor by a majority vote.” 

We will have a County GOP Central Committee Meeting on 
Thursday, May 25th at 7:00 PM 
at the Heber City Police Dpt. Community Room 
(301 S. Main St. Heber) to appoint a Media Specialist. 
All precinct chairs and vice-chairs are expected to attend. 
The meeting is also open to the public.

Any residents of Wasatch County who are registered Republicans are eligible to be considered for this position. The individual who is appointed will serve for the remainder of the two-year term (until the County Organizing Convention in 2019). If you are interested in being considered for the new Media Specialist position or if you would like to know more about the position, please email Morgan Murdock at as soon as possible. If you know of qualified individuals who may be interested in serving in this position, please forward this information to them.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please feel free to contact me or any member of the Executive Committee at any time. 

Best Regards,

Morgan Murdock
Wasatch County GOP Chair

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wasatch GOP Organizing Convention to be held Thursday, April 27!

Wasatch County GOP Organizing Convention

Thursday, April 27th, 2017 

Rocky Mountain Middle School 
(800 W. School House Way Heber City 84032) 

7:00 PM Delegate Registration 
7:30 PM Convention Business Begins 

The date for the 2017 Wasatch County Organizing Convention has been set for Thursday, April 27th at 7:30 PM. County delegates will be voting on any proposed changes to the bylaws and will be choosing county party leadership, including county chair, vice-chair, treasurer, secretary, and state central committee representative.

Our bylaws require a majority of the delegates to be present in order to conduct business. Delegates and alternate delegates, we encourage you to mark your calendars and make arrangements to be there. We appreciate your service and your willingness to represent the Republican voters in your precincts.

The Summit County GOP is having its Convention that night as well. After federal and state elected officials speak in Summit County, they will come directly to Wasatch County to address the audience at our Convention. This convention is open to the public. We look forward to seeing many of you on April 27th! Please contact me with any questions or concerns.


Morgan Murdock
Wasatch County GOP Chair

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Meet the new Wasatch GOP Vice-Chair, Jared Rigby!

On Tuesday, March 7th the Wasatch County GOP Central Committee met and elected Jared Rigby as the new County Vice-Chair. We congratulate Jared. We want to thank Mike Smith for also running as a candidate. Jared will serve until April 27th. At that time, a County Convention will be held and there will be elections for all County Party positions.

Jared is a law enforcement officer and attorney and is employed as Chief Deputy to Sheriff Todd Bonner.   He began his law enforcement service in 2001 and has served in various capacities at the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office since that time.  He worked for two state prosecutor’s offices, served as a law clerk for two district court judges and clerked for the U.S. Air Force Area Defense Counsel at Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota.  He also served on North Dakota Law Review Board of Editors as he attended law school.

Jared has served as a chair in three Wasatch County precincts over the last sixteen years.  He was most recently serving in Precinct 22, one of the Timp Meadows precincts in Heber, where he lives with his wife, Krisann Moulton Rigby, and their children.