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Gubernatorial Ticket Brian King and Rebekah Cummings Hold Storytime for Community at the King’s English Bookstore to Show Politics Can be Family Friendly

(SALT LAKE CITY, UT) - Earlier this morning Brian King and Rebekah Cummings were hosted by the King's English bookstore for story time where they read the following books: “This Book is Not For You!” by Utah author Shannon Hale, “Click, Clack, Moo, Cows that Type” by Doreen Cronin, and “Ready to Soar” by Cori Doerrfeld.

 “I want to give a big thank you to Calvin and Anne, the owners of the King’s English, for hosting us today.” Said King. “Rebekah and I are running to bring people of all backgrounds together, and we are excited to continue making this campaign a place for those tired of the vitriol in politics and looking for something better.” 

Lt. Gubernatorial Candidate Rebekah Cummings said, “Growing up, I always found solace in books. Now, as a librarian and a mom, I know how vital reading is to the success of our children. That’s why Brian and I are committed to protecting intellectual freedom and defending against censorship, and why we will continue to champion pragmatic, family-centered governance.”


Brian King represents District 23 in the Utah State House of Representatives. Elected in 2008, he also served as the House Minority Leader from 2015 to 2023. In addition to his role in public service, Brian is a practicing attorney and business owner. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife, Ann, accompanied by the delightful presence of their dog, Cora. Brian has four daughters, three stepchildren, and three grandchildren. Watch the campaign’s most recent ad: “A Place for Pioneers”. To learn more about Brian’s campaign for governor, visit

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