The director of Friends of Animals Utah has resigned, saying she can’t continue running the non-profit while juggling her duties as Summit County Council Member and running a re-election campaign. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
Join KPCW on Thursday at 9:06am to hear from Scott Howell, Democratic candidate for Senate.
Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin first talk to Kathleen Clarke, Director, Governor’s Public Lands Policy Office. This office coordinate’s the state’s interests on public lands issues.Then, for the second half, Bill Barron, Independent candidate for Senate, who’s been working for the Citizen’s Climate lobby. http://kpcw.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Public-Affairs-Hour-Community-Voices-September-6-2012.mp3
Park City school board candidate Ron Huggins has withdrawn from the election. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
KPCW will carry special national election stories from NPR, including tonight’s announcement of the 2012 Vice Presidential choice by Republican Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney.
Election results in Summit County brought the following results for local candidates:
After a nearly split vote at the state convention, two Utah democrats are on the June 26th primary election ballot and hope to unseat First District congressman Rob Bishop, If Ryan Combee – a 30 year old from Odgen makes it through the primary, he thinks he’s the person who can do it, even in a very republican district. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
It’s primary election day in Utah with a number of school board, county council and U-S congressional races on the ballot. If you don’t know where to go vote, you can follow the links to the Summit and Wasatch County polling information.
Sean Wharton, a Democratic candidate for Summit County Council, says he has the perspective of a small businessman, and can represent people on both sides of the county. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County Council candidate Max Greenhalgh says he isn’t a stop-growth candidate. He says he wants to manage growth, and the concepts in the current General Plan and Code are the way to do it. Rick Brough has more.