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That in a word is what KSL encourages Utahns to do tomorrow.

We know it is an off year election, and we realize tomorrow's contests typically lack the pizzazz of high profile state and national races. Yet, when you think about it, casting a ballot for a town mayor, a city council member or to approve a bond is grassroots democracy at the nitty-gritty level. Votes are cast for the people responsible for getting things done in neighborhoods and communities. They deal directly with garbage collection and zoning issues and emergency services. They decide tax rates, authorize developments and set the tone for a community's ambiance.

Indeed, tomorrow must be viewed as an important day for voters throughout Utah to exercise their franchise.

If you have a nagging pothole that needs repair, whom are you going to call? Not some high-powered politician in Washington, or even at the State Capitol. No! It would be someone closer to home. Someone you likely know and can get through to.

In KSL's view, every election matters and tomorrow is no exception. So, take the time to vote and let your voice be heard. Otherwise, what justification will you have to call and complain about that nagging pothole?

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