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Utah election overhaul advocates file initiative

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A group of prominent Republicans led by former Gov. Mike Leavitt has taken a key step in their campaign to revolutionize the way Utah elects candidates for political office. The Count My Vote group filed an application for an initiative petition Wednesday which would do away with the current caucus and convention nominating system. If the group gathers enough signatures,...

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