Foxley & Pignanelli is the association management firm for the Utah Association of Financial Services (UAFS) and the National Association of Industrial Bankers (NAIB). Management services include state and federal government relations, communications, event planning, training, plus board and committee governance.
Under Utah Debate Commission rules, any candidate in a race who polls 10 percentage points, minus the survey’s margin of error, is invited to participate in the debate. At the time of this writing, the Debate Commission planned to do a second survey to determine if Jim Bennett, the 3rd Congressional District United Utah Party candidate, would be allowed to participate in the debate. Is Bennett a viable candidate? Is the Debate Commission screening candidates fairly?
As summer ends (except for the heat), football kicks off and fall colors pop in the foothills, the off-year political rumors and speculation proliferate. Because no one loves political gossip more than us, we share what we are hearing.
Foxley & Pignanelli is ecstatic to host Steve Johnston as our guest speaker in campaign management 3160 tomorrow. We believe our students will learn a lot from his knowledge and experience. Have a look at his impressive bio:
The Kardashians recently shared their opinions regarding the Charlottesville protest controversy. If this wacky reality TV family can weigh in, then so can we. Here’s our Utah perspective on some difficult and sensitive issues.
Experts claim the murky air hugging the Wasatch front last week was caused by heat, ozone and forest fire smoke. We believe political hot air is to blame.
Because we are sensitive to the tender feelings of our readers, we try to avoid the carnage in Washington, D.C. So this week we focus on two topics that did not originate in the Oval Office or the Rose Garden. But, of course, we can’t escape the Washington merry-go-round entirely.
Utah's unofficial, but much-appreciated, summer interim holiday between July 4 and July 24 has ended. Time to get back to politics as we dodge monsoon thunderstorms.