Congratulations on your primary win. You certainly weren't my candidate, and you still aren't. Not that it matters a whole lot, because my write-in vote won't count, at the same time I would love to hear from you on the following issues:
1. Are you going to behave in Congress as you did in your campaign? I felt that you were full of a lot of talk (and a lot of it was not constructive, but rather crowd-pleasing - see your comments to your former boss "Mr. Huntsman, global warming is a farce" - as just one example), but not many real, constructive ideas. There's an old saying that you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar, and I felt that your comments towards everybody were more vinegar than honey. Do people feel frustrated with Congress? Absolutely. At the same time, as a (presumed) new member of Congress, you will have to work with the very people who you've slammed. Utah doesn't need someone who has a loud mouth and no influence. We need someone who will stand up for our values, but at the same time work with others towards common goals.
2. I really think you should take another look at your immigration stance. I know that the same anti-immigrant fears that have gripped every prior generation of Americans currently has us in its clutches, but for the most part it's just as irrational now as it was then. There have been a large number of illegal immigrants, but I would suggest the issue isn't as simple as rounding them up and loading them on C-5s that run hourly flights to Mexico City. The bigger issue is comprehensive immigration reform that would eliminate the benefits to illegally immigrating, namely that you can actually get into the US. If we made it easy to get here, illegals would become extinct. Before you go hoisting xenophobic, Tancredoesque solutions on us, step back and acknowledge their right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness too.
If you can get those issues resolved for me, I would be happy to put my support behind you instead of still unknown write-in candidate.