Elections

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Vote Your Conscience, Vote McMullin

Utah Republicans and Democrats held dueling last minute pep rallies last week, both trying to convince acolytes the other guys’ nominee is unfit to be president. Unfortunately for America, they’re

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Don’t Let Donald “I just kiss them, I don’t even wait” Trump and Hillary “Under FBI investigation. Twice” Clinton Get You Down. There’s Still Plenty to Vote For November 8

Donald v Hillary: Maybe the Mayans Were Right is still ongoing and getting weirder by the day. I don’t know if that’ll cause low turnout because we hate these two

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Evan McMullin Hysteria

Evan McMullin has come out of nowhere to lead the presidential polls in Utah and now we’re seeing the beginnings of a weirdly furious backlash. My facebook feed started filling

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Meet the candidates for Utah County Commissioner

Editor note: This is the forth in a series of posts introducing the candidates. All candidates were offered to respond. I am only posting responses received by the deadline. Today’s post

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Meet the Candidates – House 67

Editor note: This is the third in a series of posts introducing the candidates. All candidates were offered to respond. I am only posting responses received by the deadline. Today’s

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Conservatives, We Already Won. Don’t Settle For Trump.

I’m conservative. George Washington is my hero. I voted for Ronald Reagan in the Majestic Elementary presidential election. I geek out about my original Calvin Coolidge campaign lapel pins. I’m

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The unintended consequences for Utah Republicans of not passing a meaningful medical cannabis bill

Will citizen initiative for medical cannabis make 2016 the year of the Democrats in Utah? Utah Senator Mark Madsen’s Medical Cannabis Act (SB73) hit a bump in the road when

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Political Leadership Takes Guts and a Little Bit of Cat-herding

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott titled his autobiography “Herding Cats.”  Politics really is about herding cats and keeping them in line. Sometimes it takes all of the cats in

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45 Podcast ep. 9 – Utah Access +, Democratic debate, GOP presidential race, 2016 Utah elections

In episode 9 we talked about the death of Medicaid expansion in Utah (but it could be resurrected soon), the Democratic presidential debate, the GOP candidates for president, 2016 Utah elections,

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Honest Campaign Ads: Justin Miller edition

In case you haven’t heard, Democratic Representative Justin Miller has been accused of embezzling up to $30,000 from the campaign accounts of Democrats Ben McAdams and Diane Turner when he

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