Sunday, April 22, 2012

2012 Election Post Convention Results

Convention results in contested races which have Weber County ballot implications

In the aftermath of yesterday's Utah Democratic and Republican State Party Conventions, and as a followup to Friday's WCF writeup, the Standard-Examiner and Salt Lake Tribune carry stories this morning reporting on yesterday's results. We'll break these down by individual races and highlight the candidates in contested races who survived the conventions, either by being nominated outright, or by being forced into a June primary runoff.  These are the the results which have Weber County ballot implications.  For our readers' convenience, we've also provided links to each of these candidates' campaign websites:

U.S. Senate
1st Congressional District
Utah Governor
Utah Attorney General
Utah Legislature
Survivor (Senate District 19)
Survivors (House District 29)
 As an added bonus, whe'll also link this interesting Utah GOP Convention story:
That's it for now, O Gentle Ones.  We'll be cheerfully updating our 2012 Election Module to reflect these latest developments over the course of the next few days.

So who'll be the first to throw in their own 2¢?

1 comment:

PoliticsGeek said...

It's Pretty amazing to see Scott Howell emerge at the head of the Democratic heap as the party's nominee  in the Senate Race.
Conventional wisdom said that Ashdown would be nominated.

Go figure.

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