October Newsletter

Interim is still in full swing each month with the session starting in January we have had a lot to do. From working on future legislation and redistricting we have been in meetings after meetings. Even with the busy schedule, it was great to watch our community come together this last month for our 9/11 20th anniversary day of service. We are very fortunate to live in a community that pulls together during these times regardless of our differences. 
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Fire Prevention Week

We are in the middle of fire safety week and the theme this year is to Learn the Sounds of Safety. Smoke alarms have played a leading role in reducing fire death rates over the past 40 years by 55%. Most home fire deaths happen because the home either didn't have fire alarms or the alarms were not working. 
An important thing you can do to make sure that your fire alarms, as well as CO2 detectors, are working properly is to test them monthly. Make sure the batteries are working. If your alarms are over 10 years they should be replaced. 

To learn more about fire safety and what you can do to protect your family you can visit NFPA.ORG/fwp

Redistricting Utah

Next month we will be called into a special session with a focus on voting for the new maps for our communities. I know that everyone in the Legislature takes this very seriously. I really hope that you make your voice heard during this time. What you think matters. The Legislative Redistricting Committee is still holding public hearings now until Nov. 10th all across the state. You can find a full list of meeting schedules at You can also get involved with Utah's new Independent Redistricting Commission by clicking the button below. Make sure to reach out to your Legislators and make your voice heard. Let them know how you want your communities drawn and what recommendations you would like them to consider. 
Women in the Money financial conference will be held this Friday from 8:30 AM - 4 PM. This conference is hosted by the Utah State Treasurer and the Utah Financial Empowerment Coalition. The conference aims to empower Utah women to achieve financial security by providing access to crucial financial information, valuable resources, and new mentors and friends. 

This year the conference will be a hybrid version. Limited in-person tickets are available for $25 (includes lunch). You can also attend the conference for free virtually. 

For more information and to purchase tickets, you can visit

Leg Chair Corner

Message from our House District Chair:

Do you want to become more involved with the Democratic Party? Would you like to help choose which candidates run for office? 
Contact Dave Albertsen at 801-651-1958 to find out how to become a precinct officer, or even become a candidate for elected office. 

Dave Albertsen


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Booster Shots Available

COVID-19 Vaccine booster shots are available for Pfizer vaccine recipients who completed their initial series at least 6 months ago 65 and older, anyone 18+ who live in a long-term care setting, have underlying medical conditions, work in a high-risk setting, or live in a high-risk setting. You can check to see if you qualify for a booster shot HERE

Our schools, ICUs, and communities have all seen a steep rise in COVID-19 cases throughout the state. I am encouraging everyone if they can get vaccinated then to please get vaccinated. 
To find a vaccination clinic near you visit
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