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Newspaper changes numbers after polling error

11/06/2012 8:02am
Controversy swirling around competing poll numbers over the weekend brought rebuke from local candidates Monday and led one newspaper to back away from its previous coverage only a day before the election.

How (your candidate) will use your vote

11/06/2012 9:07am
Living in a state where the presidential race is rarely, if ever, in question, it can be difficult to believe one vote actually makes a difference. And for a majority of states, the outcome is similar. But is that really the point, and should that deter you from voting?

Long lines, record numbers expected at polls in Utah

11/06/2012 5:37pm
Election Day 2012 could be one for the history books. Record voter turnout is expected in Utah today and elsewhere.

Bishop pulls ahead in Congressional District 1

11/06/2012 10:09pm
The battle was on in District One where Congressman Rob Bishop was heavily favored in his re-election bid this year, and even Bishop admitted that he has faced a spirited challenge from Democrat Donna McAleer.

Stewart wins Utah's 2nd Congressional District

11/06/2012 10:16pm
Republican candidate Chris Stewart has defeated Democrat Jay Seegmiller in the race for Utah's 2nd Congressional District.
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