Republican candidate Ally Isom launched an effort to collect voter signatures to ensure her name appears on the June Republican primary election ballot for U.S. Senate. Ally Isom signed the paperwork this morning at the Utah Office of Elections.
More than 28,000 signatures from registered Republican voters are needed to secure a place on the ballot to challenge incumbent Mike Lee. Isom has volunteers anchored throughout the state focused on gathering these signatures and is also working with a professional firm to support the volunteers.
Isom is uniquely suited to represent Utahns with experience in both the public and private sectors. She calls for a New Dawn for the GOP, “Our nation is at a crossroads. Public dialogue is often more about personalities than ideas, more about division than solutions.” Throughout her career, Isom has been sought out and recruited for her ability to tackle tough issues, unite diverse groups, and find needed solutions.
For professional and personal qualifications, view her biography here and guiding principles here.