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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The field for Utah's presidential primary is getting bigger.
Five more candidates have filed papers to get on the ballot for the Feb. 5 primary.
Illinois Sen. Barack Obama and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson have registered as Democrats. On the other side, former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson, Colorado Rep. Tom Tancredo and Alan Keyes are on the ballot as Republicans.
Democrats Hillary Clinton and John Edwards and Republicans including Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain of Arizona have already registered for Utah's primary.
Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune
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