Salt Lake Voters Not Too Concerned About Mayoral Race

Salt Lake Voters Not Too Concerned About Mayoral Race



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Greg Neft, KSL Newsradio The Salt Lake City mayoral primary is less than a week away, but it seems people aren't really into the race.

"It hasn't hit as much as you would expect when you're only a week away from the primary election," said Kirk Jowers, director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics.

Jowers says he's surprised, given the factors in the campaign. "Without Rocky and a new crop of people, you would have some excitement, and you have four really good, interesting candidates," he said.

He said people really should pay more attention. "Vision of our next mayor is important, so I hope people really do start to focus, and they better do it quickly," Jowers said.

Jowers added that candidates should become more active, too.

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