Updated: Oct 3, 2021
Ballots arrive in mailboxes in less than 3 weeks. And with more candidates on the general election ballot this year, it’s more important than ever to research the candidates who will ultimately receive your votes.
This campaign is all about serving you, Sandy residents, and I am honored to have received the support of so many of you already. I am not interested in donations or endorsements from anyone other than the people, because ultimately, it is you I answer to.
I want to share with you my brief bio that appears on the Utah state election website.
“Brooke D’Sousa is a long-time Sandy resident, small business owner, and community volunteer.
Brooke and her husband have raised their three children to enjoy Sandy's quality neighborhoods, open space, and sense of community. She is running for city council to ensure future generations have that same opportunity.
Brooke has regularly attended City Council meetings, taken city trainings, and served on city focus groups, which has given her a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues the city must work to resolve both now and in the future.
With a business degree from the University of Utah and 17 years of financial services experience, Brooke will manage the city's budget wisely. She will bring her track-record of fiscal responsibility to the City Council to ensure we can thrive without putting an extra burden on taxpayers.
Brooke values service and believes it’s important to give back. She is a Board Member for The Sandy Club, is Secondary Council PTA President, and chaired her local School Community Council. Brooke volunteers all over our community, from planting flowers on Sandy Beautification Day to helping with the annual Healing Field flag display, in support of our shared community values.
Brooke D’Sousa isn’t afraid to tackle the issues facing Sandy’s infrastructure, growth, and economy. She strongly believes in balancing future needs while preserving all that we love about Sandy. Brooke always searches for the best solution through information and data gathering, discussion and collaboration, with all viewpoints thoughtfully considered.”
You can read the bios of the other candidates that will appear on your ballot by visiting the Utah state elections website.
Reach out to me anytime, or visit my candidate website to learn more about me and my position on key issues.
Sandy City Council At-large Candidate