Former mayor Rocky Anderson moves forward with campaign, plans Super Tuesday event
Tom Smart, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — As Super Tuesday approaches, Utahs own third-party presidential hopeful plans to capitalize on the political excitement or apathy surrounding the day.
Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson, formerly Salt Lake Citys outspoken mayor, said Wednesday he plans to stage a money bomb next Tuesday. Its a political slang term for a limited-time fundraising event with a focus on raising money online.
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