From the Deseret News:
The candidates who already have qualified for the general election, including Democrat Kathie Allen and the new United Utah Party’s Jim Bennett, haven’t been getting much attention in the race.
Allen, a Cottonwood Heights physician, said she scheduled the first in a series of town hall meetings on health care Wednesday night to help set a positive tone for the race.
“I would like to start talking about solutions and not character assassination, as I have observed the Republicans doing amongst themselves,” Allen said, describing behavior that she believes could help her campaign.
“It’s not going to affect my voters because they’re turned off by it,” Allen said. “I think it might increase interest in our campaign because we haven’t gone there. We haven’t attacked anybody.”
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