PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 19, 2019 Salt Lake City, UT – Today, Alliance for a Better Utah sent a letter to the office of Utah’s Lieutenant Governor asking that action be taken in response to the Utah Republican Party’s failure to remove an illegal bylaw on their books. In the letter, Better Utah also
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BETTER UTAH COMMENDS LT. GOVERNOR COX’S RESPONSE TO REQUEST FROM PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COMMISSION ON ELECTION INTEGRITY
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, July 3, 2017 – – – – – – BETTER UTAH COMMENDS LT. GOVERNOR COX’S RESPONSE TO REQUEST FROM PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COMMISSION ON ELECTION INTEGRITY – – – – – – Salt Lake City, UT – For the second time since the November election, Lt. Governor Cox has stood
Source: Salt Lake City Weekly Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox says his office gets sued a lot. He was sued, for example, by the Utah Republican Party claiming that the requirement, outlined in Senate Bill 54 regarding the number of signatures to appear on the ballot, was too onerous. So don’t act too surprised if his
Source: Deseret News Gov. Gary Herbert took control Friday of the special election process to fill Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s 3rd District congressional seat, frustrating legislative leaders who called his action a legal risk to the state. But neither House nor Senate leadership appear to be interested in taking the governor to court to stop the
Salt Lake City – Numerous reports are emerging that a special investigator with the Utah Lt. Governor’s office, assigned to investigate an election law violation complaint filed in March by the good government group Alliance for a Better UTAH, has chosen to recommend that State Attorney General John Swallow be charged with multiple misdemeanor offenses.
Better UTAH filed a GRAMA request on Wednesday for documents filed by Attorney General John Swallow related to an election law violation petition filed last month with the Lt. Governor’s Office. Those documents were received Friday morning and are available for download below. Swallow.response.4.9.13 (Initial Response) Swallow.response.4.11.13 (Correction) Timeline: March 07, 2013 – Complaint filed by Maryann
Salt Lake City — The Alliance for a Better UTAH has issued the following statement regarding Attorney General John Swallow’s response to an election law violation petition filed with the Lt. Governor’s Office: The facts in this case are simple. Pursuant to Utah’s election laws, two citizens filed a complaint alleging election law violations against
Salt Lake City — Attorney General John Swallow responded yesterday to a petition filed with the Lt. Governor’s office by two Utah citizens on March 7, 2013, that alleges that Mr. Swallow violated state election laws. As required by law, the matter is currently being reviewed by the Lt. Governor’s Office. Better UTAH has filed