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…

Sen. Mike Lee Tele-Townhall Meeting – Feb 11, 2015 [LIVE]

Senator Mike Lee Tele-Town Hall

Tonight, starting at 7 PM MST, Utah Politico Hub will carry Senator Mike Lee’s Tele-Town Hall meeting on the channel below. Participants to the tele-town hall will be able to ask questions directly to the Senator as well as watch answers to questions from other constituents. Senator Mike Lee holds tele-town halls each month. Utah Politico Hub believes that sharing this broadcast is in line with its mission to help enhance political dialogue. We believe that a more informed population will make better decisions, engage in more and better dialogue with their…

McConnell Names Senator Lee as Counsel to Senate Majority Leader [UPH Wire]

For Immediate Release, January 06, 2015 Contacts: Don Stewart, Michael Brumas 202-224-2979; Robert Steurer, Stephanie Penn 202-224-8288; Emily Long (Lee) 202-224-3904 McConnell Names Sen. Lee as Counsel to Senate Majority Leader WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced today that he has appointed Sen. Mike Lee, (R-UT), to serve as a counsel to the Majority Leader in the 114th Congress. “As a member of the Senate Republican leadership team, Sen. Lee will bring invaluable insight to our conference on issues that affect American families. He is firmly committed to working…