Tag: special election

Congressional candidates debate gun control, health care, partisan politics

Sources: Deseret News and KSL.com The three top candidates running for the vacant 3rd Congressional District seat largely stuck to the issues Tuesday in the race’s first general election debate. There were still sharp differences among Republican John Curtis, the mayor of Provo; Democrat Kathie Allen, a Cottonwood Heights physician; and new United Utah Party candidate

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DETAILS ANNOUNCED FOR CD-3 SPECIAL ELECTION DEBATE

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, September 15, 2017 CONTACTS:     Averie Vockel | ABU Education Fund | avockel@gmail.com – – – – – DETAILS ANNOUNCED FOR CD-3 SPECIAL ELECTION DEBATE Debate presented by the ABU Education Fund & the John R. Park Debate Society – – – – – Sandy, UT –  The ABU

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Op-ed: Utah’s governor, Legislature are both half right

Source: Deseret News In the battle over the process for replacing U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the governor and the Legislature are each half right, but their refusal to compromise is wrong for Utah. On April 19, Rep. Chaffetz announced he would not stand for re-election in the 3rd Congressional District. In the immediate aftermath, members

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Press Release: Better Utah Responds to Special Election Timeline

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, May 19, 2017 CONTACT: Chase Thomas | Alliance for a Better Utah – – – – – – BETTER UTAH RESPONDS TO SPECIAL ELECTION TIMELINE – – – – – – Salt Lake City, UT – In response to Lt. Governor Spencer Cox’s announcement today laying out the timeline

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‘I might depart early,’ Chaffetz says

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune Rep. Jason Chaffetz says he may step down early from his House seat, leaving a vacancy that would be filled by a special election that is fuzzy under current state law. “I might depart early,” Chaffetz told The Salt Lake Tribune on Thursday. “It very well might happen.” If he

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