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Bart Haslem Cares about this community and preserving its longstanding tradition of self-sufficiency.

Uintah County Commissioner
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About —

Bart Haslem

A lifelong resident of Uintah County  has spent a lifetime serving the Uintah Basin including 17 years as a volunteer firefighter, his work with the Uintah County's parks and recreation, numerous oil and gas companies, and in the farming and ranching community.
Last terms successes—

What Bart Has Done

Bart spent last term working on several Basin altering achievements.

Next terms goals—

What Bart Will Do

Bart has specific goals to help Uintah County to continue to thrive.

Supporters —

What They Are Saying

The voices of those who support Bart Haslem, and why.

Family

family focus—

Keeping the Basin Financially Secure

Now is a critical time for decision making that will affect our children's future.

Vote—

Voting Begins June 16th at 9am

your vote counts so head to the county building to easily cast your vote (the red building downtown)
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Alfredo Ottis

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Adan Harris

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Peter Bush

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goals—

Bart Will Only Stop When He is Happy with
the County's Direction.

He is ready for another term.

A Term Full of Sucesses

Since 2019 Bart and his fellow commissioners have worked hard to set Uintah County up for success. With Bart's next term he plans to continue executing on important decisions and maintain progress already made.
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Bart's Goals

Determined, accountable,
and consistent.
Innovation

He keeps Uintah County up to date with the latest technology and innovations.

Progress

He has helped cut debt drastically, boosted our economy and helped job opportunities to rise.

Execution

A commissioner who follows through and executes on crucial decisions daily.

Communication

Bart takes the time to be involved in the community and listen to the residents' needs.

Honesty

Bart keeps transparency and accountability in the office. Honest, moral, and fair decisions.

Service

As a lifelong resident Bart has true dedication to our county and watching our community thrive.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions we have answers go through your most frequently asked questions.
What Did Commissioner Haslem accomplish last term?
Asked By
Andrew Harris

Haslem made our County a second amendment sanctuary so we can keep our guns.

Bart used grant money, money that is given to stimulate economy and will never need to be paid back, to build Buckskin Hills which stimulates Uintah County's economy during its slow winter season. He then made it even more beneficial for the County by making it the only dragstrip in the state of Utah that is also a snow hill, motocross track, and a mountainbike track.

He made improvements to the law-enforcement as well as public shooting ranges without using any local tax money, all from donations and grants.

Bart brought a hockey team to Uintah County that helps local kids, and brings economic growth to our basin.

Bart started a maintenance program to repair worn roads using new efficient and money-saving equipment paid for by CIB grants. He also re-paved Jensen, Vernal, Maeser, and Rock Point cemeteries. Bart connected irrigation water to the Lapoint Cemetery, significantly cheaper than city water, saving taxpayers thousands of dollars every year.

Did Bart Save Taxpayers Money?
Asked By
Marisa Lloyd

Since Bart has come into office the Uintah County portion of property tax is down 10%.

The Uintah County Government Budget Fund Summary shows that the County Operating Budget was 77 million when Haslem took office. It also shows that he quickly helped cut it to 72 million his first year in office, then to 62 million in his second year. Finally, in 2021, the budget was down to 52 million. These cuts have saved Uintah County Taxpayers close to 30 million dollars. Bart helped manage this cut in budget without cutting any services.

What is the Difference Between a Grant and a Loan?
Asked By
Patric Lewis

The biggest difference between a loan and a grant is that a loan must be repaid, and a grant does not.

Bart used grant money, money that is given to stimulate economy and will never need to be paid back, to build Buckskin Hills which stimulates Uintah County's economy during its slow winter season. He then made it even more beneficial for the County by making it the only dragstrip in the state of Utah that is also a snow hill, motocross track, and a mountain bike track.

Why didn't my business get the Covid Relief Grant Money?
Asked By
Andrew Harris

The money was given to anyone with a business license within Uintah County, Vernal City, Naples, or Ballard. Anyone with a license received an application. Anyone that lost money during that time, received the grant.

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What People Say

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Updates

Bart promised economic growth, more jobs, and self sustainability, and with the Railway he delivered.

"We were reaching out repeatedly to businesses that were affected to apply for aid because we had to use the grant money, or lose it." -Commissioner Haslem