Election 2014 Fearless Predictions from the Utah Politico Hub

Today is the big day.  (Well, as far as elections go, ‘big day’ may be a stretch.)  While most races wrapped up months ago, there are still a few worth watching tonight night.  So without any real research and a lot of fun speculation, we present this year’s Utah Politico Hub’s Fearless Predictions: Dan Karen Shon Holly Curt Jesse John Stan Fearless Prediction Congressional Races UT-04 Doug Owens v Mia Love  Mia Love  Mia Love Doug Owens  Mia Love by 8 pts  Mia Love Mia Love  Mia Love  Mia Love…

A Guide to Voting: Resources and Rants

Every year about this time, my phone starts ringing.  Neighbors, friends, family members, all calling to ask how I voted.  This year, I thought, to save you all the call, I’ll walk you through my thought process as I fill out my ballot and give you the resources you need to make your own informed decision. Since I live in Davis County, I received my ballot in the mail.  If you do not have your ballot in hand, and would like to follow along visit: here I both love and…

Judging the Judges on Utah’s 2014 Ballot

On Utah’s 2014 ballot, voters will be “judging the judges”: voting whether to retain the judges that staff our state courts. Karen Peterson examines how we are judging the judges that run the third branch of government.  Most of us have heard of Matthew Durrant, Thomas Lee, and Christine Durham, all Utah Supreme Court Justices, but how many of use know Reuben Renstrom?  Renstrom is the Justice Court Judge in Woods Cross.  He appears on my ballot, but as I have not had any reason to go to court in a city…