Declared Candidates for Salt Lake County Mayor Special Election
Arlyn Bradshaw has served on the Salt Lake County Council since he was elected in 2010, serving as policy advisor to Council Chair Joe Hatch prior to holding the seat himself. Arlyn is an experienced executive, and presently serves as the Regional Director of Best Friends Animal Society. He represents his community on many boards and commissions, including many years on the Planned Parenthood of Utah board, the Salt Lake County Board of Health, Visit Salt Lake, the Utah State Transparency Advisory Board, and as chair of the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake County.
Arlyn brings a bridge-building leadership style to his work, bringing together governments, everyday citizens, and community leaders to achieve worthy policy goals. He listens to diverse perspectives, finds common ground, and takes action to implement the vision of the community. His leadership has led to policy victories in air quality, open space preservation, criminal justice, ethical government, and tourism development.
Arlyn lives in Salt Lake City with his partner Neil and their four dogs. He’s excited to continue the work of keeping Salt Lake County a wonderful place to live and work, and to elevate its status as a model of what progressive governance can achieve.
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I’m running for Salt County Mayor to set a bold, clear and unequivocal vision for the future of our region. I believe every resident should have the opportunity to contribute and benefit from economic prosperity in our county. I’m running for a future where working families are put ahead of corporate interest, where mental healthcare and addiction treatment services are put ahead of incarceration, and where we are working in collaborative ways to improve our air quality, expand education and protect our open spaces.
I will be a leader for the inclusive growth of our region, thoughtful stewardship of our environment, and continued efforts to provide a social safety net that works.
I am currently an associate director in the facilities department at the University of Utah; the “city-managers” of campus. I’m directly involved in making decisions about many of the same kinds of services the county provides its residents.
This election is a statement about what kind of Democrat you want leading our region now and in 2020. Our last two county mayors – neither of who had held county office before, made groundbreaking progress and I want to continue that momentum.
I’m ready to go to work.
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JENNY HAS DELIVERED AS A LEADER ON THE SALT LAKE COUNTY COUNCIL. SHE IS PREPARED TO SERVE AS COUNTY MAYOR AND HOLD THE SEAT FOR DEMOCRATS IN 2020.
In 2004, Jenny became the first woman elected to the Salt Lake County Council, where she is currently serving her second, six-year term. On the Council, Jenny has forged consensus on issues affecting the daily lives of County residents. Jenny has led numerous policy initiatives including equality for LGBTQ+ individuals; ethics reform; protecting Utah’s canyons, trails and waterways; tackling the opioid crisis; and criminal justice reform. Jenny has been an advocate for women’s interests, minority communities, the underserved and those with disabilities.