Utah legislative incumbents fare well, with two exceptions, in Salt Lake and Utah county conventions

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  • metisophia Ogden, UT
    April 15, 2012 9:49 p.m.

    It takes a while because you must go through each bill, but you can see final votes at le dot utah dot gov

    If you know a state employee, he or she may be able to tell you specific bills that impacted them.

    And, yes,, we need more balance in our state legislature.

    And open republican caucuses.

  • RN4moms Bountiful, UT
    April 15, 2012 2:58 p.m.

    I am looking for a site that shows how the incumbents voted on each issue they have been involved with. Can someone tell me where that is? Otherwise, considering how they have treated state employees, I am inclined to vote against all incumbents. But, surely some of them opposed the decrease in benefits that was done under the table or maybe some who were not instrumental in denying all raises, COLA and otherwise for years on end. At this point I figure a newcomer at least MIGHT consider state employees to be valuable assets worth keeping and rewarding. Can't say the same for those who have been seated.

  • metisophia Ogden, UT
    April 15, 2012 2:51 p.m.

    While I am not in her district, I am glad to see Dayton sent packing. I hope her replacement will be more moderate.