Biden and Trump’s possible paths to the presidency

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President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are locked in a heated battle for the presidency. As of Nov. 4, both nominees have plausible paths to win office. Biden […]

Sean Reyes wins hotly contested race for attorney general

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After a close Republican primary election, Sean Reyes will hold onto his position as Utah Attorney General. Reyes defeated Democratic challenger Greg Skordas handily. With ballots still to be counted, […]

State Senate: two uncontested, two not called on election night

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State Senate races took place across Utah on Nov. 3. Districts across the state elected new representatives from their districts to bring important issues and policies to the governor. Many […]

Spencer Cox is Utah’s next governor

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Republican candidate Spencer Cox was elected as the new Utah governor on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m., according to the Associated Press. Cox received 69.5 percent of votes. Democratic candidate […]

More, more, more of Davis districts one, two and four

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The Davis School District Board of Education has three seats up for general election this year, in Districts 1, 2 and 4. Districts 1 and 2 both saw their primary […]

VP debate illuminates our administration’s failures

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In a rare occurrence for American politics, all eyes were on the vice presidential debate on Oct. 7. Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence took the stage at […]