Utah GOP, Democratic state conventions expected to be more representative of voters
Former Utah House speaker Dave Clark and author Chris Stewart may be the two of 11 GOP candidates headed to a primary, according to the survey, while former state lawmaker Jay Seegmiller leads among the Democrats in the race.
The attorney general's race on the Republican side also could end in a primary. Assistant attorney general John Swallow and corporate lawyer Sean Reyes are vying to replace Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, who is not seeking re-election after three terms. Weber County Attorney Dee Smith is the lone Democrat seeking the job.
Kroes said there's always room for surprises at a party convention.
"You never know what can happen," he said. "Now we'll watch and we'll see if the proof is in the pudding."
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