Kris Campbell invites bi-partisan collaboration, checking state legislative power regarding local decisions
Campbell’s platform revolves around bringing people together to find common ground and common sense solutions to work for as many people as possible.
Park Record 2022 Voter Guide
Park Record 2022 voter guide for Utah House of Representatives, district 4 candidates.
A Conversation About Polarization, Common Ground, and Abortion
Kris Campbell and Kera Birkeland have a conversation about combating polarization and finding common ground, hosted by Dr. Dave Derezotes and KRCL. Then they dive into the emotional issue of abortion to learn what we can agree on.
Candidates for House District 4 meet on common ground at the town hall meeting
Candidates for House District 4 (formerly district 53) Kris Campbell and Kera Birkeland talk about the first of their deliberative town hall meetings held on Tuesday, May 31.
Braver Politics 1-1 Conversation with Kera Birkeland and Kris Campbell
Representative Kera Birkeland and Kris Campbell, candidates for state representative in Utah House District 4, have a conversation with Erika Munson, a moderator for Braver Angels.
One Democrat files for Utah House District 4
In the first election for the newly created Utah House of Representatives District 4 seat – Democrat Kris Campbell is looking to win the very Republican district.
Leadership Park City program takes on redistricting with class project
The project, called “Every Voice Belongs: A Model for Inclusive Participation,” is intended to deepen connections and understanding across class and cultural divides throughout Park City, and hopefully, influence the redistricting process. The project will encourage participants to share their views and define their community boundaries so they can be considered when districts are redrawn.
Upcoming Community Conversation: Beyond the Letters – Uniting in Community
On The Mountain Life, Kris Campbell from Mountain Mediation joins Lynn and Pete to discuss an upcoming Community Conversation: Beyond the Letters - Uniting in Community.
Letters to the Editor: Math on Amendment G doesn’t add up
The math on Amendment G doesn’t add up. Supporters say that one pot of money — income tax — is too volatile to fund one thing — education. So they want to stabilize education funding by funding one more thing — services for children and those with disabilities from that same one pot of money. Two things for the price of one?
Address Education Funding Transparently
One of those volunteers, Kris Campbell, testified at a legislative committee hearing on the proposed constitutional amendment that once again, voters are going to feel that they’ve been left out of the process because the education funding plan didn’t surface until late in the session, after being negotiated behind closed doors.
Discussions Set On Gender Identity
One of those participating in the discussions will be Kris Campbell, a transgender male. Campbell said he wanted to take action to deal with the climate of polarization in the country today.
Summit County residents among those pushing for tax reform referendum
Volunteer Kris Campbell trains Staci Arnone how to gather signatures to put a referendum on the November ballot about the tax reform bill that was passed in a December special session of the Legislature.