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County Caucuses

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
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County caucuses next week

Greg Madson
Leader Publisher

If you want to have a say in this year’s elections, now is the time to get involved.
Both the Democratic and Republican parties will be holding their caucuses next Tuesday with an eye towards the primary elections in a couple of months.
According to Heidi Compton, the Democrats will hold their party caucus on Tuesday, March 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Discovery Elementary, 820 N. 500 W., Brigham City. Their primary elections will be in May.
If you have questions please contact Compton at 435-730-2009.
The Republicans will be holding their caucuses at various locations throughout the valley, also on March 23, beginning at 7 p.m. The primary election will be June 22.
If you have questions about the Republican caucuses, please contact Scott Ericson via email at scott.ericson@gmail.com, or Kris Udy at 435-279-7777.

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One Response to “County Caucuses”

  1. MIKE GOODSELL

    Like many others, I made it to the Caucus meetings. I’ve never been so angry over the way things are going in Washington. I just wanted to make sure I got my two cents worth in at some level.

    When it was time to vote for 2 delegates to the state convention I lost my enthusiasm. The nominee’s got up and stated how they felt about things, in particular how they felt about Senator Bennett. One of them said that they would vote for Mr. Bennett regardless of who might run against him. Even though he admitted not knowing who all the candidates were. The other said that he was 98% sure he would vote for Mr. Bennett because he was so powerful.

    I think our country is in a lot of trouble because people either DON’T vote, or vote for a candidate because he’s the incumbent and they are so afraid that their state would lose power if they lost the incumbent. The trouble is that all the states think that their incumbents should be sent back to Washington and so nothing changes!

    Term limits would fix much of the problem, but we will never see them vote for that. So we keep sending career politicians back to “Sin City” and think that by magic it will all change for the better.

    I’m not against Mr. Bennett in general, even though I haven’t always agreed with his stand on things. What I’m against and what depresses me is that we would vote for someone…anyone, without even knowing the other candidates. I guess the old adage is true that voters in a democracy will usually get what they deserve.

    #7863

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