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Official Media Statement When a sitting US senator asks what he should say, he is freely admitting he is more concerned with playing DC games–with the politics of politics–rather
Isom is a Republican—she calls herself a classic conservative— and a mother of four. She has a long history of service, both inside state politics, inside the LDS church and
SALT LAKE CITY (March 31, 2022) – Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Ally Isom is one step closer to replacing Mike Lee. Today, the Utah Office of Elections announced Isom
March 23, 2022 – Ally Isom spoke at the Mormon Transhumanist Association conference. The group focuses on how religion, doing good in the world, and technology intersect. Ally addressed the
March 16, 2022 – On Monday morning US Senate Candidate Ally Isom, wearing her red running shoes, entered the Utah State Capitol building in Salt Lake City to turn in
Today U.S. Senate Candidate Ally Isom stood at Utah’s Capitol and unequivocally pledged to serve two terms as Utah’s next United States senator. Isom also called on her opponent, Senator
US Senate Candidate Ally Isom participates in conversation honoring the accomplishments of Black Utahns
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ally Isom met with leaders from Women Who Succeed to discuss the dreams, challenges and opportunities for Black Americans. This broadcast commemorates Black History Month. In
Ally Isom granted Leslie Thatcher from KPCW newsradio an interview this week. If you missed it you can find a few of the highlights from the interview here. Most importantly
Ally Isom hosted a Clarity Roundtable with Utah communication experts in an online discussion on Jan. 26, 2022. The group shared how two-way communication between politicians and their constituents is
Sean Hemmersmeier St. George Spectrum & Daily News Published January 26, 2022 There are multiple candidates running to defeat Utah’s two-term Republican U.S. Sen. Mike Lee in 2022, but one
January 19, 2022 – Utah is known for its innovation and Utah’s tech community is leading the way. The latest developments in Crypto and the lessons learned from the downfall
Jan 13, 2022 11:21AM ● By Tom Haraldsen, The Davis Journal KAYSVILLE–Ally Isom had had enough–enough of the tone and the way she felt politicians talked to each other and
January 6, 2022 – Like so many Americans, for me, January 6, 2021, was an emotion-filled day. And like so many, I have spent considerable time trying to understand what
Ally Isom calls on Mike Lee to donate Bateman Campaign contributions to Jewish charitable organizations
January 5, 2022 – Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Ally Isom issued the following statement in the wake of Entrata co-founder and former CEO David Bateman’s inflammatory email with antisemitic conspiracy
January 3, 2021 – Wearing her signature red running shoes, today Ally Isom declared her intent to gather signatures to qualify for the Republican primary ballot for the U.S. Senate.
Help Ally secure her spot on the Republican Primary ballot by signing the official petition.
Based on what I’ve heard from Utahns across the state, I offer Utah a compact, a vision for America. Young adults think all hope is lost when it comes to
December 19, 2021 – Ally sat down with KSL’s Doug Wright to discuss why she’s running for the U.S. Senate, how one of her policy initiatives is to restore order
December 17, 2021 – Ally provided an overview of her Senate candidacy at the Utah Federation of Republican Women Legislative Preview & U.S. Senate Candidate Forum at the Utah State
December 14, 2021 – As a business and tech leader, Ally moderated a panel discussion called, “Cryptocurrency 101: Learning the Essentials of Cryptocurrency” last week in Pleasant Grove, where she
November 17, 2021 – Ally urges lawmakers to address period poverty during the Period Project Rally at the Utah State Capitol. In her candid and inspiring remarks, Ally shared the
November 15, 2021–On Monday night, Ally spoke with motivational speaker Ganel-Lyn Condie about political divisiveness and the need for inclusive leadership. She shared what she hears from Utahn’s on her Walk-A-Mile
November 11, 2021– As the child of a veteran, Ally knows the enormous debt all Americans owe to the brave men and women who serve in the military. A debt
November 1, 2021 – Ally Isom wants Republican women in Weber County to know why she is running for US Senate in 2022. She said the concerns facing Utah’s families
November 04, 2021 – Wearing Wolverine green, Ally invites UVU business students to become inclusive and collaborative leaders. She reminds students that executives who seek diversity create more engaged workers
October 23, 2021 – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ally Isom was honored to address delegates at the Utah Federation of Republican Women (UFRW) biennial convention Saturday, which is celebrating 80
PROVO UTAH by Harrison Epstein Ally Isom was no longer comfortable on the sidelines. In July, the former deputy chief of staff for Gov. Gary Herbert and executive for The
October 18, 2021 – Utah’s booming tech sector needs a strong advocate in the Senate and Republican Ally Isom is the candidate who can deliver. A former executive for Utah-based
SALT LAKE CITY (October 14, 2021) — Business and Community Leader Ally Isom submits first Federal Elections Commission (FEC) report, solidifying her as the strongest Republican candidate to beat incumbent
SALT LAKE CITY (October 8, 2021) – Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Ally Isom released the following statement regarding the expansion of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments: “While
Today Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Ally Isom joined Sharon McMahon for an hour-long conversation about the experience of women candidates as they run uphill into the world of politics.
Even before Ally Isom announced she would challenge Mike Lee for the Republican nomination for his U.S. Senate seat, my mailbox was already littered with attack ads.
As a small child, I knew there was a better way than my mother working three jobs. I set my sights on college and law school. But it felt futile to have dreams when every grade of elementary school we moved. Then junior high. Even high school. Thirteen times in all—Plan B.
It is time for a Republican renaissance, a time of reconciliation and re-centering on core principles.
“Our nation is at a crossroads. I think the Republican Party is at a crossroads as well,” she told The Salt Lake Tribune this week. “The public dialogue has denigrated to a place of rancor and division and us-versus-them mentality that I think is actually really dangerous in the long term for public policy solutions.”
BY LINDSAY AERTS | JULY 1, 2021 AT 7:40 PM SALT LAKE CITY — Ally Isom has announced she’s running for the US Senate. She is the latest Republican to be running to
Republican Ally Isom, a respected leader in Utah’s business, government and community sectors, registered her federal campaign today, signaling the beginning of her 2022 U.S. Senate run and launching her “Walk a Mile” statewide listening tour.