Rudi Kohler has a Masters Degree in Chemical

Engineering from Clarkson University. He ran his own

business and then he returned to engineering, working

for a Fortune 250 Company where he spent the rest of

his 35-year working career. He and his wife Pat, a retired teacher, have three children and three grandchildren. They enjoy the many recreational opportunities offered by our beautiful valley and the surrounding mountains, forests, lakes, and rivers.


Rudi is active in the community, serving on numerous boards and committees and he is a frequent contributor to The Wave as well as the Impact Show on Heber’s local radio station, KTMP.


His frustration with the ineffectiveness of government at many levels has led to his decision to run for the Utah House seat in District 54. We need to be represented by leaders that are willing to fight for the needs of all constituents – not just a few on the economic or political fringes.


The nation as well as Utah House District 54 will have a clear choice in this election. It is the choice between “we” and “me”. Rudi’s position will be to further the “we” philosophy in government. Government should serve all the people.

For more information about Rudi Kohler visit his website

Please vote for Rudi Kohler, Utah House District 54 on November 8, 2016.





​Invest in our state's future by demonstrating that education is our top priority.


Nuture a competitive workforce with self-reliant wages.


​Protect our recreational areas, clean air, and clean water. 

Health Care

​Ensure that all Utahns have access to quality health care.

Previous Political & Community Activity


  • Chair, Wasatch County Democratic Party 2006 to 2015

  • Board Member, The Board of Adjustments

  • Committee Chair,The Wasatch Trails Alliance

  • Chair, The Design Standards and Guidelines Committee for the Heber City Historical District

  • Frequent Guest Commentator for the Wave

  • KTMP Political Commentator for the Impact Show

  • Chair, Homeowners Association

Thank You!

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