Governor Will Decide on Parker's Replacement

Governor Will Decide on Parker's Replacement

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(Salt Lake City- KSL TV) Governor Leavitt will decide today if a replacement for ex-Representative Brent Parker will be able to finish out the session.

Saturday, Cache County Republican delegates selected Curt Webb of Providence to be Parker's replacement. Webb ran against Parker in last year's primary election.

Parker resigned his seat in the Utah House abruptly Friday after learning his arrest for allegedly soliciting sex from an undercover police officer was about to become public.

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