“Celeste understands the value clean energy provides the United States, from lowering emissions and protecting the environment to boosting the economy and making energy more affordable for Utahns,” said CRES President Heather Reams. “CRES is proud to endorse Celeste Maloy for Congress because of her experience in serving the people of Utah and recognizing the role conservatives play in providing more affordable, reliable, cleaner American-made energy.”
Maloy began her career serving Utah as a U.S. Department of Agriculture soil conservationist in Beaver, Utah. After receiving her law degree from Brigham Young University, she served as Deputy County Attorney in Washington County, a Public Lands Attorney for the Utah Association of Counties, and a Staff Attorney for the Washington County Water Conservancy District. Maloy is running to fill the vacancy of Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah), who resigned in September. The special general election is on November 21, 2023.