Utah is incredibly lucky to have such a talented, devoted public servant.
Spencer's approach to public service is a role model that everyone ought to
Wow. First and foremost, thank you Lt. Governor Spencer. My mom
and dad also told me not to say no when asked to serve. Sacrificing for the
whole is admirable. If you really feel this way, please don't get sucked
up into it. Serve the term and then go HOME. I have been assigned to serve and
lived in 5 countries in the last 10 years. My mom and dad are getting old, my
kids are in Utah and I miss them. When I get done, I will go home. I hope you
retain the wisdom to do the same when you finish this period. Enjoy the real
joy. Don't lose focus. Thanks again for your service and sacrifice.
What a terrific asset Lt. Gov Spencer Cox and Abby are to this state. Look
around the country at the graft and corruption in other states. It seems that
even some in Utah can't resist the power of 'free' money.
However, the Lt. Gov. is a ray of sunshine in a world often populated by dark
shapes. I have watched him in all of his political service and he is NOT for
sale! We are living 8,000 miles from home in Uruguay, South America as
volunteer missionaries and have seen first hand the effects of graft and left
wing taxation etc. here. Thank you Gov Herbert for a wise appointment and thank
you Lt. Gov. Cox for the man of integrity you are.
Having never heard of him before I was impressed with Rep. Cox. So much so that
when he was selected as Lt. Gov. I was thrilled. Now I better understand why it
is that he was so impressive.We'd be smart to elect him as
Governor some day but I almost wonder if that would be taking too much away from
his family. It's good to have a man so unsullied by ambition.
This is a family with their priorities in order! Thank you for your example and
sacrifices to serve the state of Utah.