LEHI, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Representative Cory Maloy formally announced today his intent to run for re-election in the Utah House of Representatives for Utah House District 6. Maloy is currently serving his first term.
“It has been an exciting term serving House District 6,” said Maloy. “We’ve tackled some big issues challenging our district, for example, securing the funding necessary to complete I-15 through Lehi and Thanksgiving Point, fighting against tax increases and government overreach, helping our first responders receive the tools they need to save more lives, adding protection to our law enforcement officers, increasing the ease of ability of people to move to Utah and obtain their business licenses, supporting and protecting our Constitutional rights, protecting Utah’s public lands, and many other issues and policies.”
As a House Representative, Maloy plans to continue focusing on these and other critical areas:
- Utah State Growth – Maloy regularly works on issues related to growth, pollution and transportation.
- Taxation – He regularly opposes tax increases. He opposes Our Schools Now, which would increase taxes by more than $700 million. He supports better utilization of current revenue over new taxation.
- Law Enforcement – Maloy supports law enforcement and has successfully helped increase support and safety for peace officers and emergency personnel.
- Education – Maloy supports eliminating federal influence in Utah education. He also supports parental choice for children, the responsible use of technology, and effective ways to help children learn.
- Freedom and Rights – Maloy supports the U.S. Constitution – especially the 1st and 2nd Amendments. He is adamant in protecting these rights as well as others.
- Sovereignty – Maloy supports state rights and the 10th Amendment and bristles at continued federal and U.N. encroachment on states.
Maloy is founder and principal of Maloy PR, a successful public relations firm based in the heart of Silicon Slopes of Lehi.
“I’m a builder,” said Maloy. “During my entire career, I’ve had the opportunity to help PR firms and different organizations succeed. I’ve been able to do this with a combination of creative and well-thought-out strategy. I help to unify people for a common cause. I bring that experience to the Utah Legislature.”
In addition to serving as a House Representative, Maloy served as Chair of Legislative District 6 of the Utah County Republican Party (UCRP). He led the unification of Republican causes including protection of the influence and relevance of its delegates to exercise strength on Party matters. He has also served on the UCRP Steering Committee as Volunteers Officer and PR and Media Officer, as a Precinct Chair, and as a county and state delegate.