A 12-year-old Mormon in ultra-conservative Utah County supported gay marriage. A quarter-century ago. Now, he’s an education administrator and running for Orrin Hatch’s U.S. Senate seat

Danny Drew was bullied as a child. More than a quarter-century ago in what was perhaps the most conservative county of perhaps the most conservative state, Drew held an opinion on an issue that put him “in an extreme minority,” as he said, one that hadn’t even yet arrived in the American consciousness, that wouldn’t even see a legal precedent for another decade. As Democrats, Drew’s Mormon family already had perspectives that totally opposed the culture and community in which they lived, in Provo, Utah, the home of Brigham Young…

I’m treating McMullin with caution. You should, too.

Utah has basically lost its mind for Evan McMullin, the come-from-nowhere presidential candidate that seems to surprisingly have a decent shot at the state’s electoral votes. I know a lot of people who are either enthusiastic supporters or strongly considering a ballot cast for him. Unfortunately, I see a lot of things that make me extremely skeptical of this man, his background, and his intentions and far too much starry-eyed fangirling over what I can only describe as the “perfect Utah candidate”. Here are some reasons why we should be…