|Published October 21, 2004|
Castle Valley election focus
Early confusion in the electoral college
In 1888 Benjamin Harrison was running against incumbent Grover Cleveland for president. While neither of these presidential candidates fall into the category of well known occupants of the office like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roos...
Introducing the candidates for 2004: Congress
As your Congressman, I promised to put Utah first. Whether it's a Republican idea or a Democratic idea, I'll do what's best for Utah, including on three top priorities.
Introducing the candidates for 2004: Carbon School Board
Grady McEvoy is currently vice president of the school board and has been an example of strong leadership on the board for the past four years. He supports: a strong curriculum, student success, safe schools, improved teaching, and fair treatment for...
Introducing the candidates for 2004: State Senator
Let me begin by thanking the Sun Advocate for making available this space to candidates. It is a fine tradition and allows the candidates to address the issues more fully.
Introducing the candidates for 2004: Carbon County Commission
It has been my honor and pleasure to serve as your Carbon County Commissioner for the past 12 years. The time has been loaded with challenges, successes, and a period of adjusting to living within our means. ...
Introducing the candidates for 2004: District 67 Representative
Walt Borla, Democratic candidate for State House seat, District 67. A lifetime resident of Helper, the retired postmaster of Helper, presently in his sixteeth year as a member of Carbon Board of Education. An advocate for education, open government a...
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