Alliance for a Better Utah is a nonprofit that holds politicians accountable and advocates for progressive policies that make Utah an even better place.
Gear up for election season and stay informed!
We’ve compiled all the info you need to get involved in the 2020 election including how to register, how to vote in a primary, how to get your mail-in ballot, and what changes are in store during our global pandemic!
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Legislative Session Review
Lawmakers pass hundreds of bills each year. How many of those bills make Utah a better state for everyone?
We tracked every bill the Legislature passed in the 2020 general session and identified the most important ones. Using our Progress Report, you can get a snapshot at how well your representatives did at building a state that works for all of us.
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Katie Kern is a high school policy intern for Alliance for a Better Utah. Why are teens so angry? Why are they so violent? Why are they so radical about politics? As a 17-year-old activist who cares deeply about politics, I hear those questions all the time. In my short lifetime, I have never seen
The primaries are over and the general election is quickly approaching. There are going to be many important races on the ballot this year, and I know how difficult it is to learn about each candidate so that you can make an informed decision when you vote. Not everyone gets paid to follow the latest
PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 13, 2020 Salt Lake City, UT – Today, President Trump stated in an interview segment on Fox News that he apparently opposes increased funding for the USPS out of opposition to voting by mail. Speaking about Democrats’ push for emergency funding for the USPS and election resources, Trump said, “Now
PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 13, 2020 Salt Lake City– Today, a team of Utah environmental and public interest groups called on the Utah Legislature and Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB) to forgo spending public funds to bail out a bankrupt California coal port developer. As reported by the Salt Lake Tribune, Insight Terminal