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Published October 9, 2008

Focus on elections

Electoral votes and the Presidency

"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors." Plato

Congressional seats- Second District

Jim Matheson is currently serving his fourth term as Utah's 2nd Congressional District Representative. Matheson is a sixth generation Utahn with family roots in Iron and Juab counties. He and his sister and two brothers attended Salt Lake City p...

State senate seats- District 27

It has been my pleasure to serve the people of southeast Utah for the past 12 years as their state representative.

Carbon County School Board district 2

My name is Debi Blackburn, I am running for reelection to the Carbon School District Board of Education, and there's a lot of things I don't know.

Carbon County School Board District 1

Hi, my name is Jeff Richens and I wanted to introduce myself to those who may not know me. I say may not know me because I was born and raised here in Price, attended Reeves, Durrant, Mont Harmon, and Carbon High Schools; and all my children hav...

State representative seats- District 69

I am a retired educator with over 25 years experience in secondary, college, and adult education.

Carbon County commission

I will bring better representation for all citizens of Carbon County. We can't do what we have always done and expect different results. Change brings progress!

State representative seats- District 67

The biggest issues that we have to deal with in the state of Utah are education, water, and energy development.

Carbon County Commission

Gerald Lloyd is 55. He and his wife, Jeanette, live in Price. Gerald has three daughters (Julia, Lindsay, and Kimi) and one son (Jed). Gerald is a graduate of Carbon High School and CEU. He spent 17 years in the coal mining industry, 13 years wor...

Constitutional amendment B

There are a number of constitutional amendments for the state of Utah on the ballot this year. This is an impartial explanation of constitutional amendment B.

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