Bernick and Schott on politics podcast: ‘Primary election aftermath’

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The primary elections in Utah are (mostly) over. Managing Editor Bryan Schott and Contributing Editor Bob Bernick break down the results in our Tuesday podcast.

Spencer Cox wins the GOP nomination for governor. How did that happen, and what’s next for the losing candidates?

Will there be any excitement in Utah’s elections now that the primaries are over?

Some lawmakers want to switch Utah’s primary elections from winner take all to Ranked Choice Voting. Is there a chance that the bill could pass?

Does Burgess Owens need to dial back some of Fox News rhetoric to beat Ben McAdams in November?

Why did the Utah Department of Health issue a weird statement saying Dr. Angela Dunn’s job was not in danger?

Gov. Gary Herbert says Utah’s schools will open in the fall. How realistic is that projection?

Plus, Donald Trump thinks statues are the way to win in November.


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