BOUNTIFUL — Democrat Brad Asay will square off against state Representative Paul Ray, R-District 13, in the Nov. 6 elections. That district covers West Point and parts of Clinton and Sunset in Davis County.
Both candidates provided statements about their campaigns.
“I have been a lifelong resident of Davis County, a product of Davis County Schools, served an L.D.S. Mission, graduated from Weber State University, and am a public school teacher in Ogden, Utah,” Asay wrote. “I made the decision to run for the Utah House of Representatives because of my commitment to education and my desire to increase funding for Utah’s public schools. Other issues that I will tackle as a representative are increased accessibility to mass transit to promote cleaner air, workers’ rights, affordable health care for families and equal rights for all citizens under the law.”
Ray’s statement focused on his commitment to his constituents.
Editor’s note: Asay’s name was left out of the Davis Decides special section on Oct. 25, and his name and statement were reported incorrectly. This article reflects the corrected information.