Utah State Representative District 69
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Hi, I am Brad King

Democratic candidate for Legislative District 69. I am a candidate with a wealth of legislative experience. I was the state representative for District 69 from 1997 to 2008. It was a great honor to represent the people of Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan Counties for that time.

I have recently retired from a very rewarding career at Utah State University Eastern after 33 years. I feel that it is a good time to again put my legislative experience to work for the people of District 69, which now includes a good portion of Duchesne County instead of San Juan County.

In my years at the State Legislature, I did my best to represent the people of my District. I always put constituents over party and people over projects.

I was known for reaching out across party lines to do what was right and to build coalitions for the overall good of Utah. I learned in my early years of service that it is better to make a difference than to make a point.

It was working with this in mind that I was able to, with a large number of like-minded legislators, build a powerful coalition that changed Highway 6 from one of the most dangerous highways in America to a much safer corridor today.

We are fortunate that our state government is not gridlocked in partisan politics, a condition that has made it practically impossible to accomplish anything on the federal level. A representative who is willing to work with others for the benefit of the people of the state can be successful regardless of party affiliation.

I would like to use my legislative experience to represent the people and the interests of District 69. I ask for your support and your vote on November 4th


Brad King

About Brad


Brad met Tami Imai of Helper, Utah in 1977 at the Price Institute. They dated for 3 years and married in 1980. They have been blessed with three terrific children, Skyler, Kitani and Hunter. All graduated from Carbon High School and College of Eastern Utah.

Tami is a gifted and talented teacher for the Carbon School District. She has been a math specialist and was a classroom teacher. Tami holds a B.S. and M.Ed. from Utah State University.

Sky received a B.S. and M.S. from Weber State University and currently attends Washington State University in a Ph.D. program in Marketing.

Kitani graduated and received her R.N. degree from CEU. She attended USU and received her B.S. from Utah Valley University. She is married to Jeff Anderson of Price and is the mother of three-year-old, Cort. They live in Spanish Fork.

Hunter will graduate this year with a B.S. from SUU and is currently applying to graduate schools in finance. Hunter is married to the former Britni Greenwood of Price.

Professional Experience

Volunteer Activities

Legislative Experience

Brad served in the Utah State Legislature from 1997 to 2008. He served in minority leadership for 10 of those 12 years. In his last term, he was elected as the House Minority Leader. If Brad is elected, he will retain his legislative years of experience and be in line for priority committee assignments.

Legislative Committee Assignments

Three Priorities


Rural Jobs Development

Rural Highway Safety


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