Keith on the Issues
“I understand that as an elected official that I work for you. You deserve to know where I stand on the issues.
Working together we can keep Utah the best place to live!”
Senator Keith Grover
Senator Keith Grover is a solid conservative who isn’t afraid to stand up and do what is right. Learn more about what he has been working on.
In Utah we ALWAYS balance our budget.
The state budget is YOUR money.
I have voted to increase efficiency and outputs from state agencies.
When there is a tax surplus I vote to return the money to YOU.
Teachers are a critical backbone in sustaining a free and democratic society.
As a teacher myself, I started my career teaching 4th grade in Alpine School District.
I believe firmly that decisions regarding education should be made by:
The best decisions are made by those who actually participate in the classroom.
Because of the high quality of life in Utah, and more specifically our senate district, transportation will be an issue for years to come.
Provo, Orem and Vineyard continue to experience incredible and sometimes, surprising growth.
This is a great place to be and people want to be here.
I have supported transportation projects such as Frontrunner, Geneva Road, Vineyard Connector, land acquisition for projects, and I-15
Utah has been leading the nation by all economic indicators.
This is due to applying appropriate principles of reduced regulations, low taxes and developing an educated and responsive workforce.
As your senator I have worked with small business and large business to eliminate unnecessary hurdles imposed by state government.
I have supported legislation which maintains a level playing field in the workforce.
Private business is more efficient than state agencies and support measure to that end.
I am a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment and all of our constitutional rights.
I have an A+ rating with the NRA – National Rifle Association.
The government that is closest to the people governs best.
I support local municipalities, school boards and other local officials as the seek to do what is best for their constituents, which are also our constituents.