Comments about ‘Big changes coming to Gov. Gary Herbert's cabinet’

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Published: Thursday, Nov. 15 2012 7:00 p.m. MST

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Salt Lake City, UT

Too bad the biggest change we were hoping for didn't happen - a new governor.

Norman Wright
Provo, UT

I don't know who you meant by "we" Mr. Economist. About 70% of the voters think he is doing a good enough job to deserve the upcoming term.

Conner Johnson

Remember when Gary Herbert said he would NOT seek re-election after Gov. Huntsman left for China?

samuel h wiscomb
Sun Lakes, AZ

Let us get real. Being fired, reduction in force, being let go after a performance review all means the same. Being fired, by any other name, is still being fired.

Nana Sid
West Jordan, UT

The article would have been more thorough if the names and positions being discussed were listed. Who are we actually talking about?

Still Blue after all these years
Kaysville, UT

Njord should already be gone. He has proven his ethics and morals. to Gov Herbert: He must go now.

Josey Wales
Bountiful, UT

Looks like Gen Cooke has accomplished a portion of his goal....to wake up the blind masses that there are at least two parties here in the beehive state and that is healthy. Checks and balances.....once again....Herbert follows behind the stronger candidate kicking stones and shuffling his feet as he follows the Generals lead.

Central, Utah

In talking to others I understand that a lot of them wanted to get out and not continue to work for the current administration.

I would have to agree that John Njord should have a replacement. Many think that DOT is not well managed (including DOT employees).

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