Utah Capitol stayed quiet after presidential inauguration

News, Politics, Utah

When we got to the Utah State Capitol on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 20, shortly after the inauguration of President Joe Biden, it was eerily quiet. Having gone to a Black […]

Biden and Trump’s possible paths to the presidency

Elections, News, Politics, Utah

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

Elections, News, Police/Crime, Politics, Utah

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, […]

The voter’s path to the 2020 election

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The 2020 U.S. presidential election will take place on Nov. 3, and, for many, there is a lot at stake. Four major issues have helped shape the campaigns for the […]

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 […]