In the interest of kicking off a little Sunday morning discussion on an otherwise slow political news day, well highlight this morning's Standard-Examiner story, putting the focus on the differences between Democratic Party candidate Dee Smith and GOP candidate John Swallow in the 2012 General Election Utah Attorney General race:
|Candidate||Website/Contact Info||Campaign Finance Disclosures||Party|
|Dee Smith||Dee Smith Campaign Website||Dee Smith 2012||Democratic|
|Andrew McCullough||Andrew McCullough Campaign Website||Andrew McCullough 2012||Libertarian|
|John Swallow||John Swallow Campaign Website||John Swallow 2012||Republican|
That's right, folks, there's a superbly well-qualified Libertarian candidate running for Utah Attorney General, namely Andrew McCullough, A Utah Attorney who has more trial experience than candidates Smith and Swallow rolled together.
For more info on the Utah A.G. candidate whom the Standard-Examiner mysteriously left out of the discussion, check out Mr. McCullough's campaign website:
And if you're seriously concerned about civil liberties, a vote for McCullough ought to be a slam dunk choice, it seems to us.
Don't be a tool of the Democratic and Republican party establishments, who've essentially rigged the system. Please join your blogmeister in voting for Andrew McCullough on November 6.