Comments about ‘Poll: Mike Winder, Mark Crockett in tight race as GOP primary nears’

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Published: Sunday, June 24 2012 12:19 a.m. MDT

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courthousesnitch
Salt Lake City, UT

Poll certain explains why Winder saw it necessary to go negative this week. Interesting that many respondents brought up Burwash. Seems this issue will not die! Does Mark really fare better against McDreamy? That would be a fun race to watch. Crockett/McDreamy all the way!

Tri Man
South Jordan, UT, UT

Mike if you really think you can win in November, I'd check the expiration date on the milk your drinking, it's gone bad. Burwash is going to haunt you for a long time.

watchman
Salt Lake City, UT

According to the poll apparently many of the voters still do not know the truth about West Valley's budget problems and Winder's part in adding to them. His effect has been somewhat different than what he has expounded in the campaign.

Utah_1
Salt Lake City, UT

Mel Nimer is someone I trust that has the knowledge, experience and ideas to tackle the Salt Lake County size of government, taxes, and budget.

Lead Farmer
OREM, UT

"Winder holds a 48 percent to 42 percent lead over Crockett."

It saddens me how many of my fellow Republicans refuse to do their homework on the candidates in every race. Too many people vote only on whose signs they've seen the most. Winder has clearly won the sign war.

I honestly don't know any informed Republicans who support Winder. He is dishonest, has a very liberal record, and is just a flat-out not nice guy. Crockett is the opposite of all those things.

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

I trust Crockett. I do not trust Winder.

Enough said.

watchman
Salt Lake City, UT

Trust--Integrity--Principles

Three things that should be priorities in this election.

Utah_1
Salt Lake City, UT

Mel Nimer is someone I trust that has the knowledge, experience and ideas to tackle the Salt Lake County size of government, taxes, and budget.

Mark Reece

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