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Published: Friday, March 19 2010 8:51 p.m. MDT

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Anonymous

I wish they would tell us what areas the districts cover. Am I supposed to have this all memorized?

No to LaVar

If you live in Disrict 48 (Sandy & White City) the last thing you want is the return of LaVar Christensen. He gave up this seat to run for Congress and after his loss, came back to unseat his replacement who had worked hard for the people of the District (Sylvia Anderson). Trish Beck was successful in defeating Christensen and should be re-elected. Beck's interests are not in pursuing higher office or a personal agenda. She is a tireless worker on behalf of the people of her district. Christensen is only interested in higher office and in his personal agenda to promote himself. Just san No to LaVar!

Sherlock

Re: Anonymous | 2:26 a.m. "I wish they would tell us what areas the districts cover. Am I supposed to have this all memorized?"

Sheesh, whine much? You usually only have to remember one district, the one in which you live. Is it that hard? Instead of griping on a comment board you could always do a little research. You apparently have access to the web--comments don't allow sites, but do an Internet search for the state's site with "State of Utah Elections Office." Under the link "Voter Information" is a click through to "Maps."

I know, that was pretty hard, huh?

Brer Rabbit

Anonymous, you may want to look on the official Utah Legislature website. There are maps for both Senate and House. Actually I think that it is good to know where the legislators are from, because what they do affect all of us in Utah.

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