Misty K Snow's Response to Election Night Results.


Misty K Snow for United States Senate (D-Utah)


Misty K Snow’s Response to Election Night Results

Wednesday, November 09th 2016.

“Obviously we did not win last night and a lot of people are disappointed.  A lot of people are disappointed with what happen nationwide.  We need to remember we ran a great campaign and a lot of people came out to support me and a lot of people came out to support democrats all across the country.  I want to thank everybody who was involved in this process; the people that ran for office, the people that became involved in the campaigns, the people involved in my campaign, and all the people that voted.  I want to sincerely thank each and every one of you. Despite Trump being our next president, Clinton did win the popular vote and that is something to be proud of and for the first time in our history, a woman is a major party nominee for the highest office in our land. That was achievement!  We must remember that we are strong. We have to continue organizing. We have to continue being involved, especially at the local level.  It is at the local level where real change can be made.  We must stay and fight, and we must continue looking forward and never lose hope!  We must work to reform our elections systems. For the second time in sixteen years, we have a president who won the popular vote but lost the Electoral College.  Democrats have in fact; won four of the last five popular votes in the last elections but only won the presidency twice. That is an unfair system.  That is also an unjust system and must be changed. We still have other problems in our election systems- such as money in politics.  We need serious election reform in this country and it isn’t going to happen overnight.  The only way we are going to make change in this country, is if we pick ourselves up right now, and move forward and continue to fight. “ 

Election Night with Misty K Snow and UDP


Misty K Snow for United States Senate (D-Utah)


Monday, November 7th 2016.


Misty K Snow will attend the Election Night Party hosted by the Utah Democratic Party held at the Sheraton in downtown Salt Lake City (150 W 500 S) on Tuesday, November 8th. The event will start at 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in the ballroom of the Sheraton.  

Media is welcome to set up at 5:00 p.m. and media needs to RSVP on the link below


Join MKSC as we celebrate Democratic victories both nationally and statewide!

Any questions please feel free to contact:

Trudy Ellis, MKSC Communications Director at (385) 275-6020.


Photography by Lea Morales-Shadburn 

Photography by Lea Morales-Shadburn 

Misty K Snow Stands with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Misty K Snow for United States Senate (D-Utah)


Thursday, November 3rd, 2016.

"I stand with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in South and North Dakota as they fight to protect their community, their land, their water supply, and the future generations of tribal nations and humanity.  I condemn the North Dakota State authorities’ inhumane tactics and militaristic methods against the protectors in Standing Rock.

The Standing Rock Sioux and potentially 10 million others are threatened by the Dakota Access Pipeline route, a 1,170 mile oil pipeline that would run from North Dakota to Illinois. In addition to endangering those communities, the pipeline will desecrate the ancestral burial grounds of the Standing Rock Sioux; this utter disrespect and violation cannot be allowed.

At Standing Rock and across Utah we have witnessed inspiring acts by Native Americans and their allies who are defending and protecting their sacred sites and fighting for the dignity of America. The Utah League of Native American voters have done phenomenal work in reminding Utah that justice knows no borders.

Utah has 30,000 Native American citizens; I stand with them in protecting their inherent sovereign rights. Standing Rock is a symbol of what happens when treaty rights are not honored or respected. I support and honor the treaties between the United States and Standing Rock and all Native American Nations.

This is also an opportunity for Utah and America to acknowledge and learn from the traditional values expressed by the Standing Rock Sioux to protect life on Earth."



Thursday, October 28th, 2016.

Join Misty K Snow this Saturday, October 29th, 2016 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Bring your cell phone and your appetite!  MKSC will be serving sandwiches, snacks and drinks.  MKSC will also be giving out free bumper stickers! Yard signs! T-shirts for contributions made to the MKSC.


193 W. 2100 S., South Salt Lake City, UT 84115.


Inside the Mike Weinholtz for Governor building

Enter the front of the building facing 2100 S

Take the Elevator -Second Floor

Turn Left and you will see Misty K Snow Campaign Office!

If you would like to help text from your own home and at your own convenience please email rikkie@mistyksnow.com to be sent the needed materials.

Please call Rikkie Wells with any questions you may have at 801-564-9797.

Press Release: Utah Native American Forum

Misty K Snow for United States Senate (D-Utah)

 Utah Native American Forum:

Misty K Snow will be attending meet the candidates night with Tribal Officials and Native American Community Leaders towards sharing dialogue over related issues of Natural Resources, Education, Economic Development in reservations and other social issues.

 The forum is scheduled for October 26, 2016 at the Indian-walk in Center in Salt Lake City starting at 6:00 p.m. 

Misty K Snow will share dialogue between Tribal Officials and Native American Community Leaders. Questions will be vetted by a panel of Native scholars and community leaders





Press Release: Response to US Senate Debate

Thursday, October 13th, 2016.
Misty K Snow Campaign Manager Genevra Prothero: 

“My favorite part of last night’s debate is when Misty addressed showing equal treatment and compassion for all people regardless of their race, religion or gender in her response to Mike Lee’s bill, the First Amendment Defense Act, which allows religion an excuse to discriminate and not treat people equally. Treating people with love, compassion and kindness is one of Misty’s core values and Utah’s values too.  I am so honored to be a part of this campaign and extremely proud of my candidate.”

Press Release: from Utah Democratic Party

Media Contact: Yándary Zavala | yzavala@utdem.org

Utah Democratic Party Responds to Tonight's US Senate Debate
SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- Oct. 12, 2016

In response to tonight's US Senate debate, Utah Democratic Party Chair Peter Corroon said:

Misty Snow represented the Democratic Party well tonight and will be a voice for working Utahns. Her compassion and willingness to go to bat for Utah families separates her from her opponent, who, not only failed to take responsibility for his role in the 2013 government shutdown, but continually places the interests of his party above the interests of his constituents.

PS: And he insulted the legendary Barry Manilow.