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Conversation With the Candidates for Utah's First Congressional District

Conversation With the Candidates for Utah's First Congressional District

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(KSL News) In our continuing coverage of Decision 2004, Eyewitness News hosted A Conversation with the Candidates featuring the two people running for Congress in Utah's First Congressional District.

Republican Rob Bishop, the incumbent, met with Steve Thompson, the Democratic challenger, Monday night.

The candidates discussed issues ranging from social security to Ammemdment Three, and each argued he was the better man for the job.

Rep. Rob Bishop (R)/ First Congressional District: "I'm at the right place at the right time to join the right president, which is President Bush, to bring Utah values and conservative values back to Washington."

Steve Thompson (D)/ Candidate, First Congressional District: "Let me tell you what I can bring to this office, and that is passion, and the caring for the people of the First District."

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