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Month: October 2018

Prop 4’s Poison Pill

Proposition 4’s Poison Pill Provision Will Make Gerrymandering Even Worse By Ernest Istook A poison pill is hidden inside Utah’s “anti-gerrymandering” Proposition 4 on the November ballot. Tucked among the popular provisions like an independent commission to draw boundaries of congressional, legislative and school districts is an explicit guarantee that partisan interests MUST be given priority.…

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October 2018 Newsletter

My Fellow Republicans, We are 26 days away from the 2018 midterm elections. Sadly, the past few weeks have seemed especially contentious; rhetoric seems to be at an all-time high. Despite calls for civility, we continue to witness politics at its worst – especially on the national stage: Former US Attorney General Eric Holder: As…

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2018 General Election Survey Responses

2018 General Election Ballot Survey 2208 responses received Q1 – In the US Senate race will you be voting for the Republican candidate former Governor Mitt Romney or the Democrat candidate Jenny Wilson? Q2 – What Congressional District are you registered to vote in? (if you don’t know, please visit vote.utah.gov and input your address)…

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