Davis and Corroon are both excellent candidates for the job. The Utah Democratic
Party will be in capable hands either way.
At least Peter was in an office for two terms. I'm sure his ideal goal is
to be a lifetime politician. And that doesn't bother me if they serve two
terms and move on to something else. I don't appreciate when someone sits
in an office for 50 years and then cries when they're not re-elected (i.e.
Bob Bennett). Even if I like the candidate, we really need term limits and keep
the public on their toes, informed and voicing their vote every election
cycle.Otherwise you end up with Pelosi, Reid, Obama, Bohener, Hatch,
It's a bit depressing to hear someone calling Peter Corroon "old."
Go Pete! A more honest and decent Utah politician does not, and has never
Whoever wins should make it a top priority to welcome Mormon Democrats back -
people like the McKays, the McConkies, the Fausts, and so many others, like back
before the GOP went off the rails and co-opted the church. Those were good
times for Utah, when ideas and public service were important, when elections
were competitive and power shifted back and forth. Utah is not served well by
being so one-sided in political affiliation.
Both candidates showing pictures of themselves in rooms full of old white
people.That should make all democrats upset. Since they make race
and age an issue every election cycle. Along with the fact that both candidates
are old white people.