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March 16, 2012


Hatch Fares Well in Utah Caucuses

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) was facing perhaps his "gravest political threat" in a 36 year political career "but spent more than a year fighting back, mobilizing supporters to attend the caucuses and by early and anecdotal reports, appears to have fared well," the Salt Lake Tribune reports.

Said Hatch: "I've been told that things went fairly well. Actually I've been told that things went really well, but who knows. I'm a tough old bird and nobody is going to push me around without a fight."

GOP caucus-goers elected 4,000 state delegates, who will gather April 21 to vote on the party's U.S. Senate nominee.












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