Welcome to Complete Transparency
Bryon Saxton for Roy City Council
Bryon Saxton was an investigative reporter for 30 years. He also was a City Councilman for Roy, having served one term. Transparency has always been and will always be a core principle for Bryon.
It’s important that any good steward of a community has an emphasis on communication to constituents. You’re the entire reason for any of this, so you should be informed on all matters at all times.
Bryon and his wife have lived in Roy for nearly 40 years. They’ved raised 4 children through Roy schools, all of whom were active in extracurricular activiities. Bryon’s passion for Roy runs as deep as any.
General Election Day - November 21st
Why I’m Asking For Your Vote
Representing a city and its residents isn’t a responsibility to take lightly. Your vote is important, as it’s your direct voice of change. Learn more why Bryon is asking for your vote so we can help the city we all love so much.
From Residents and Represenatives
An incredible advocate for wonderful representation to the local Roy citizens. Bryon is a wonderful and honest choice for Roy's City Council. Thank you, great man, for serving!
– Jim Harvey, Weber County Commissioner
A Man with Vision
Bryon Saxton has had the honor of living in Roy for nearly 40 years and previously served a 4-year term on Roy City Council. Bryon and his wife, Shauna, have been married for 39 years. They have 4 kids, 3 daughters-in-law, and 4 grandkids. All 4 of their children graduated through the Roy school system(s). Bryon, before retiring and serving on city council, worked at the Standard-Examiner as an investigative reporter for 30 years; it was his job to keep politicians honest on behalf of the tax-payers. Bryon is also an accomplished author, having written and self-published a novel series on Amazon, and was an adjunct professor at Weber State. He understands the importance of small business and was partially responsible for several businesses relocating/launching in Roy.
Bryon didn’t run for a consecutive term because he has been battling a neurological disease in the family of Parkinson’s. He feels he has it under control enough to get back in the driver’s seat of helping Roy residents.
Bryon: “I have more work to do in helping Roy residents. Elect me and I’ll ensure transparency.”