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March 12, 2014


Utah Moves to Have First Primary

"Utah could offer the nation's first presidential primary in 2016," the Salt Lake Tribune reports.

"The House voted 58-14 Monday to pass HB410, sending it to the Senate. The bill would allow Utah to hold a presidential primary a week before any other state -- conducted solely by online voting."

"However, the early date could bring punishment from national political parties, which have rules to protect New Hampshire as the country's first primary and Iowa as the first caucus."












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