ST. GEORGE – Nathan G. Caplin, Republican candidate for the office of Washington County Attorney, is hosting several “meet and greet” events in his continuing effort to share campaign priorities with area voters and hear their concerns.
Listening to the public and seeking citizens’ input is one of Caplin’s top priorities as the next Washington County Attorney.
“I want to listen to Washington County,” Caplin said. “When elected County Attorney, I will create a volunteer community council to share ideas with the County Attorney’s Office. This endeavor will cost nothing, but be of great benefit. I invite all citizens who have an interest in preserving our constitutional rights and local sovereignty to join together in this effort.”
All are invited to attend the following events:
- Come meet and discuss with Nathan Caplin how we can work together to protect our freedoms and promote safety in Washington County: June 6, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Dixie State University Alumni House, 684 E. 500 S. in St. George. This event is hosted by Cortney and Kalynn Snow.
- On June 10 and June 18, a “Meet and Greet” is scheduled at the Hurricane City Community Center, 63 S. 100 W., from 6:30-8 p.m. in the Bryce Canyon Room. Come and share your ideas and join in the endeavor to fight crime and restore local stewardship. (Ed. note – scheduled time change made June 10, at request of Caplin campaign.)
- On June 11, from 5-6:30 p.m., the Mayor’s Veteran Action Council will host a candidate forum with Nathan Caplin and current Washington County Attorney Brock Belnap. Caplin is looking forward to this forum, which will be held at the St. George Vet Center, 1684 S. Dixie Drive, Building C Suite 102. For more information about this forum, call 435-673-4494.
Caplin, an attorney at Barney, McKenna & Olmstead in St. George, also serves as a city prosecutor and adjunct instructor of U.S. History at Dixie State University. Caplin’s candidacy is supported by mayors throughout Washington County, business and civic leaders, and a steadily growing body of local citizens who understand the issues that threaten Washington County today.
Caplin kicked off his campaign for the office of Washington County Attorney with a pledge to “Return to the Constitution.”
“Let us work within the parameters of the Constitution. It’s a big tent with room for every citizen who respects the rule of law. This includes the red states and the blue states,” Caplin said. “The Constitution should be what we all agree on. Justice, fairness and rule of law matter more than ideology.”
Submitted by the Nathan Caplin campaign.
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