From the Salt Lake Tribune:
Allen, a physician who lives in Cottonwood Heights, tweeted about the numbers, saying she’s “feeling like we are going to have to work a lot harder to get our message [out] & frustrated with gerrymandering!” Allen also suggested that she could get more votes by targeting millennials at Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University.
Her campaign released a statement, too, noting the two “most important takeaways” from the poll are: “1) that Curtis is a historically weak candidate for a Republican in this district . . . and 2) there are enough undecided voters to determine the outcome of this election.”
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