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Candidates declare support for Amendment A



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SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Taxpayers Association announced Wednesday which legislative and gubernatorial candidates endorse Amendment A.

Amendment A states that everyone's should be secret. It is one of four proposed amendments to the Utah Constitution on this year's election ballot.

Supporters say Utah needs Amendment A to protect individual's freedoms.

"This is the sanctity of the vote and is something that is irreducible and [something] we cannot compromise on," said Utah Lt. Gov. Greg Bell.

So far, 122 candidates from all parties have endorsed Amendment A.

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