Utah Senator Todd Weiler has been tapped as an “Emerging Leader” by the Republican leaning GOPAC, a political action committee that helps to “coach and develop state legislators from across the country on how to be effective legislative and political leaders.”
Weiler has been made news in recent weeks for his outspoken defense of the Utah Legislature’s 2014 SB 54, compromise legislation that held off the Count My Vote effort to end the Utah Caucus system.
The Emerging Leader program will meet in Florida in June to conduct training and networking.
“It’s an honor to be selected for emerging leaders this year,” Weiler said. “I look forward to learning from other legislators across the nation this June.”