Councilwoman Bev Uipi

“Thank you for electing me to the Millcreek City Council.”

Bev's Bio 

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Issues

There are many issues affecting the newly formed City of Millcreek. Explore my priorities by clicking below. 

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Why Run

Some people ask why I decided to run for office. Click the link below to find out more. 

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 Endorsements 

  • Without a doubt, Bev is the most qualified and experienced candidate. Aside from experience, Bev holds the same values that we all hold near and dear: Family, Compassion, and Community. I know Bev is the right person for the job.

    Lisa Bagley – Millcreek City 

  • She will be a strong advocate for the City and I giver her my 100% endorsement. Please vote Bev Uipi in the up coming ballot; I know I am!

    Fred Healey 

  • Bev will be a voice for transparency and fiscal responsibility. I trust her, more than any other candidate, to use my tax dollars efficiently and effectively. Bev will diligently represent Millcreek and has earned my vote.

    Wayne Cushing 

  • Bev Uipi will be an outstanding City Council member. She is smart, loyal, very enthusiastic and has the ability to get things done. She is awesome and will represent her community with leadership and bringing people together.

    Roger DuPaix

  • Bev understands how things work and how to get things done. She’s savvy about political things but isn’t all that political. Bev really wants to serve and help people. She’d be so effective as a council member.

    Greg Bell, Former State of Utah Lt. Governor and State Senator

  • Vote Bev! Serving community is the very core of who Bev is. Because her natural leadership comes from a place of deep empathy and warmth, she is an approachable and inspiring public figure and team player.

    Kari Dineley

  • Working as a community leader she has displayed both the compassion and dedication required for one to be a true difference maker. During this critical juncture Millcreek needs a leader of Bev’s caliber and character.

    Will Kocher