A funny thing is happening on the way to the next debt ceiling showdown. When we last left our congressional super heroes they had tied our country to the proverbial railroad tracks and said the train was coming on May 18 (the current expiration date for the debt ceiling extension) – if you’re old enough
Utah 2nd Congressional District candidate Chris Stewart has gotten himself in hot water this week after he got caught lying about receiving federal stimulus money. Plus, his strained relationship with fellow LDS Members.
Must be October! Campaigns are in full swing, but some weird moments have been popping up in the campaigns of Mark Crockett (SLCO Mayor), John Dougall (State Auditor) and Mia Love (Congress, District 4)
Mia Love, current mayor of Saratoga Springs and the Republican candidate for Utah’s new fourth Congressional seat, has gotten a lot of attention this week after a speech at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. on Tuesday night. However, Josh Kanter, founder of Alliance for a Better UTAH, a nonprofit organization that educates Utah
Better UTAH’s Eric Ethington joins Utah News Service to talk about how Mia Love, candidate for Congress in Utah’s new 4th district, is breaking with fellow Utah Republicans like Governor Herbert. While Herbert and the rest of the Utah conservatives say that using the Earned Income Tax Credit to keep taxes down on low-income Utahns
For Immediate Release: August, 28, 2012 While Mia Love Speaks at Convention, Not All Utahns Feel The Love _________________________________________________________________________ As the GOP puts the spotlight on congressional candidate Mayor Mia Love in Tampa tonight, not all Utahns are happy with Love’s plan for college students. A local Utah non-profit, the Alliance for a Better UTAH,
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 Boehner Brings Incivility To Utah Politics & Love Campaign _________________________________________________________________________ The Alliance for a Better UTAH was formed in an attempt to raise the level of civil political discourse about issues important to Utahns. We hope to engage ordinary citizens, candidates and elected officials in this discourse. With