Keith Allan Kuder
Keith was born in Los Angeles, California on July 30th 1984. Keith Kuder is a husband, son of a legal immigrant Mother from Colombia, and a emergency roadside assistance advocate.
In 2008, Keith was recruited into the Utah political process by being asked to make phone calls to and knock on doors of local delegates in regard to Jason Chaffetz, a congressional candidate considered by many to be an underdog in the race. Because of that assignment, Keith took on the role of Orem Captain. He recruited prominent individuals as members or supporters of Jason Chaffetz for US Congress. Jason Chaffetz later defeated a 12-year incumbent in a 2008 convention and June primary. The Jason Chaffetz victory was shocking on several fronts. Congressman Chris Cannon was endorsed by President George W. Bush, both Utah State U.S. Senators, Orrin Hatch and Bob Bennett, and almost the entire Utah State Republican establishment. Congressman Chris Cannon outspent Jason Chaffetz by 6 to 1 when it was all over with.
Keith Kuder was first recognized by US Congressman Brad Sherman, the 27th District of California, for his Outstanding Service to the Community in 2001. Since getting involved with community programs, he has maintained a consistently conservative record reflecting the will of the people of the Republican Party. Despite growing up most of his life in a liberal community, in poverty, Keith has demonstrated a unique ability to build a consensus amongst friends and has worked across party lines to achieve results. Keith believes that we can reach solutions if we are not concerned about who gets the credit. A staunch defender of individual liberty and economic freedom, Keith Kuder has consistently demonstrated his strong support for government to be more fiscally conservative.
While living in Los Angeles, Keith helped to bring about change. Keith went before the Los Angeles City Council and millions of viewers in 2002 and asked for a Police Chief more willing to enact reforms and community policing. The following day the Chief of Police, Bernard C. Parks, resigned. A very large part of success of any law enforcement agency is directly related to the community involvement.
He also lived in the Congressional District of Representative Henry Waxman, the 30th District of California, and helped bring about change there as well. Keith was a leader at his High School in a Multi-Cultural group that promoted non-violence on campus.
Keith served a Spanish speaking LDS Mormon Mission in Knoxville Tennessee Mission. Keith then decided to move away from poverty and to Utah. Shortly after a few campaigns Keith went on to work with others and oust 18-year incumbent U.S. Senator Bob Bennett in 2010, allowing U.S. Senator Mike Lee to become a rock star that he has always been.
Keiths’ presence in the Utah community helps benefit the history of high profile investigations, solid conservative credentials, and tenacity in uncovering government waste, and candor in dealing with Democrats.
In addition, Keith is a leader in Utah and has organized numerous College Students events. Keith has organized, managed, and marketed hundred of events with different associations for the benefit of the Charity’s and for conservative student dancing crowds. Believing in crowd management is something that keeps communities safe and crowds entertained.
For years Keith Kuder has served actively in the Republican Party. Salt Lake City Tribune named Keith, and other's marching in the Salt Lake City Utah Gay Pride Parade with Mormons Building Bridges, Utahn of the Year for 2012.
Also in 2012 Keith had unanimous support by Utah representatives in both the House and Senate to modify the Utah Constitution and had law S.B. 201 signed by the Governor for expunging Criminal Justice Court records.