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SALT LAKE CITY — In this Sunday Edition, a closer look at the race for State Auditor. Meet the candidates who want the job of keeping public employees in check. Plus, getting out the vote. Party leaders Thomas Wright and Jim Dabakis reveal their game plans. And Doug Wright offers his plan of attack for a happy Halloween all in this Sunday Edition.

Segment 1

The race for state auditor hasn't gotten a lot of attention but it is an important office. The State Auditor helps ensure the financial integrity and accountability of Utah's state and local governments.

Richard Piatt moderated a debate the candidates seeking that office — Democrat Mark Sage and Republican John Dougall.

Segment 2

Ten days until election day and a lot of people think it can't come soon enough. They are tired of all the negative ads, pundits and pulling. But the biggest push will come in these final days as both parties try to make sure people actually vote.

State GOP Chairman Thomas Wright and Democratic Chairman Jim Dabakis joined Richard Piatt to discuss their strategies.

Segment 3

More Americans than ever will be in the haunting mood this year. Overall Halloween spending is expected to approach a record $8 billion.

This week, Doug Wright offers his plan of attack for Halloween.

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