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Convention Results

Convention results as posted in the Salt Lake Tribune:

Republican State Convention
  • U.S. Senate Nominee: Orrin Hatch (inc.) 78%; Brian Jenkins 16%; Mike Ridgway 5%; Ronald Levine 2%

  • 2nd Congressional District Nominee: LaVar Christensen 84%; Kris Lounsbury 10%; Joe Tucker 6%

  • 3rd Congressional District Primary Election John Jacob 52%; Chris Cannon (inc.) 48%; Merrill Cook (eliminated first ballot)

  • State Senate Dist. 11 Nominee: Howard Stephenson (inc.) 77%; Dave Hogue 23%; Dist. 12 Nominee: Christy Achziger 68%; Dan Tuttle 16%; Dist. 18 Primary Election Dave Thomas (inc.) 51%; Jon Greiner 49%; Dist. 24 Nominee: Darin Peterson (inc.) 75%; Ryan Smith 22%; Jay Collier 3%; Dist. 26 Primary Election Kevin Van Tassell 56%; Dave Ure 44%

  • State House Dist. 20 Primary Election Paul Neuenschwander 52%; Ronald Mortensen 48%; Dist. 70 Primary Election Kay L. McIff 56%; Gordon Topham 44%

Democratic State Convention
  • State Senate Dist. 12 Nominee: Brent Goodfellow (inc.) 78%; Millie Peterson 22%; Dist. 26 Nominee: Roland Uresk n/a; Laird Fetzer Hamblin n/a

  • State House Dist. 25 Primary Election Christine Johnson 55%; Josh Ewing 45%; Joel Briscoe, Chris Ferguson and Jack Gray (eliminated first ballot)

Senator John McCain addresses the GOP Convention. Photo pirated from Phil Windley's collection.

Want more?
Listen to Senator McCain's address (KCPW)

Cannon, Jacob in Republican runoff (Daily Herald)

Sen. McCain visits Utah (D News)

McCain's cross-country trip stops in Utah (Trib)

Phil Windley's pictures and commentary (Technometria)

Political Conventions Held Today (KSL TV)

Democrats' Convention more a rally (Trib)

Just one Demo primary (D News)

Cannon forced into a primary (D News)

More Convention Results
(D News)


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