The United Utah Party is a moderate third party that was founded in 2017 by BYU Political Science Professor Richard Davis and Non-Profit Program Director Jim Bennett. They envisioned a third political option in Utah that didn't sling mud or define itself by what the other side wasn't, but rather seek to find common ground and unite people behind shared values. The United Utah Party has since run dozens of candidates, and in many races acts as the second party rather than the third due to major parties not even running candidates where they think they can't win. See UnitedUtah.org to learn more about the party's history and platform.
The United Utah Party generally takes moderate positions on most hot-button issues, recognizing good arguments on both sides of every issue. The Party Platform addresses issues such as Government Reform, Fiscal Responsibility, Education, and Environmental Stewardship.
I have been a member of the United Utah Party almost since it's founding. Besides my two campaigns for House District 15, I have also served as Legislative District Vice Chair, and now Davis County Chair.