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A voter casts his ballot in Georgia's 6th Congressional District special election at a polling site in Sandy Springs, Ga., Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The most expensive House race in U.S. history heads to voters Tuesday in suburban Atlanta. Either Republican Karen Handel will claim a seat that's been in her party's hands since 1979 or Democrat Jon Ossoff will manage an upset that will rattle Washington ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Here’s a look at the news for June 20.

Utah’s special election heats up

Legislative leaders and Gov. Gary Herbert are butting heads over who should replace Rep. Jason Chaffetz in Congress, according to the Deseret News.

Lawmakers are especially displeased with Herbert for calling for a special election to replace Chaffetz, instead of holding a special legislative session about the decision, the Deseret News reported.

Legislative members are also upset that Herbert stopped Attorney General Sean Reyes from offering a legal opinion on the special election process, according to the Deseret News.

"We weren't wanting to make a big deal of it right now. We wanted to let the elections process function," Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, told the Deseret News. Senate Republicans "won't want to put a wrench in the spokes for that special election."

Read more at the Deseret News.

The end of the Twilight Concert Series?

The Twilight Concert Series will have its 30th show this summer, but it might be the final one, according to the Deseret News.

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski and the Salt Lake City Council both neglected to set aside funds for the concert series in next year’s budget, the Deseret News reported.

The city often funds half of the concert nearly 12 months ahead of time, while the Salt lake City Arts Council requests funding for the following year, according to the Deseret News.

Rising costs forced the City Council to rethink the series’ future.

"The council has made it clear they're not going to do (budget amendments) anymore," Karen Krieger, Salt Lake City Arts Council director, told the Deseret News.

Read more at the Deseret News.

Chaffetz talks Obama, Trump differences

Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz said the Trump administration hasn’t been open to his investigations as a part of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the Deseret News reported.

It’s different than his days working under President Barack Obama, he told the Deseret News.

"The reality is, sadly, I don't see much difference between the Trump administration and the Obama administration. I thought … these floodgates would open up with all the documents we wanted from the Department of State, the Department of Justice, the Pentagon," Chaffetz told the Deseret News.

Chaffetz said the Trump White House handles investigation “worse” than Obama.

"In many ways, it's almost worse because we're getting nothing, and that's terribly frustrating, and with all due respect, the attorney general has not changed at all," he said.

Read more at the Deseret News.

Democrats seek big Georgia win

House Democrat Jon Ossoff will face off with Republican Karen Handel in a special election on Tuesday in what looks to be the most expensive House race in recorded history, according to CNN.

Both candidates received more than $50 million combined for this election. And nearly 140,000 people have already cast their votes.

For Republicans, the election is seen as a barometer for how President Donald Trump’s low approval ratings are affecting voters, according to CNN.

“Democrats, meanwhile, see in Georgia an early test of their strategy of trying to win typically Republican seats in suburban areas — districts that are relatively highly educated, wealthy and diverse,” CNN reported.

Trump tweeted his support for Handel on Twitter.


Read more at CNN.

Family deals with ongoing alarm clock

A Pennsylvania family has been listening to an alarm clock in their home's walls for 13 years, according to CBS. The clock got stuck in the wall and the couple thought it would die. It didn’t.