The word on the street, and on KSL News Radio, is that County My Vote and the legislators behind SB54 are close to a compromise that would allow an alternative path to the ballot and remove the petition requirement in CMV’s initiative language.
According to reports on KSL, the compromise would retain the caucus/convention system, but also allow an alternative path to the primary ballot that requires 28,000 signatures for statewide positions and 7,000 for Congressional elections.
The report said discussions are ongoing and the number are still in flux, however, and may change.
Could an end to the fighting and changes to Utah’s nominating system be no the way?
- Caucuses, primaries, turnout and Count My Vote (utahpoliticohub.com)