Cache Valley deserves an EXPERIENCED and CONSERVATIVE LEADER
David is a proven conservative. He has served as Cache County GOP Chairman, Vice Chair, Treasurer and Precinct Chair, in addition to serving two terms on the State’s Republican Central Committee. While serving on the State Central Committee, David fought to preserve the caucus system.
Since 2012, David has served as the City Manager of one of the state's most successful cities, Nibley, Utah. Prior to that, he spent 15 years working in county government, where he served in multiple roles, including public safety, economic development and as Chief of Staff.
He is the Founding Chairman of the Cache Valley Economic Development Alliance, an organization he led the creation of in 2017 while he was serving as the Chairman of the Cache Chamber of Commerce. Read more about this...
He served from 2012 through 2018 on the Hyde Park Planning Commission and just finished a term as President of The Family Place’s board of directors.
David has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and has served as a professor of Public Administration. He also earned a graduate certificate in Economic Development
David has recently earned a national award for his management of the public's tax dollars and he earned the Credentialed City/County Manager designation from the International City/County Management Association.
David Zook is running for Cache County Executive.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Remember to come vote on January 30 at the Cache County Fairgrounds. Members of the Cache County Republican Central Committee, including Precinct Officers and County Delegates, will be able to vote. Check-in begins at 9 a.m.
If you haven't had a chance to interview me yet, please give me a call or text at: (435)890-9239
Many friends and local leaders encouraged me to run because they are aware of my experience and passion for serving our community. But the reason why I accepted their call was because I LOVE CACHE VALLEY. We have been blessed to live in a special place. My wife and I are raising our kids here because Cache Valley is safe, beautiful and filled with great people.
I am running for County Executive because I feel a responsibility to protect and preserve the things that make Cache Valley our wonderful home.
Once appointed, I plan to focus on several key priorities, including:
Through my years of experience in similar positions, I’ve learned how to run an efficient organization. I believe government should be run like a business and I would lead the county in a way that is:
Listen to David Zook being interviewed on KVNU For The People.