Happy Thursday morning. The good news: We’re all one day older and wiser. The bad news: We’re all one day closer to being dead.
This Week’s Trivia Answer Trivia wonks totally bombed this week. I’m so disappointed. No one correctly answered David Schneider’s tough question: Name the Utah legislator whose name was on a November general election ballot twice, once for his seat in the Legislature (he lost his re-election bid) and once for a seat on the local school board (he won). The answer is Rep. Royal T. Harward, R-Loa, in the election of 1970. The candidates who beat Harward for the legislative seat was a Democrat. “How times have changed,” Dave noted, “from when a Republican representing Beaver, Garfield, Wayne and Piute counties loses to a Democrat.”
If you have a good trivia question, send it to [email protected]. Otherwise, I have one involving the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Wait for it.
7 days to the 1st Congressional District debate (9/24/2020) 22 days to the Utah gubernatorial debate (9/28/2020) 20 days to the Vice Presidential debate at the University of Utah (10/07/2020) 25 days to the 4th Congressional District debate (10/12/2020) 26 days to the day mail-in ballots can begin to be sent out (10/13/2020) 28 days to the 3rd Congressional District debate (10/15/2020) 32 days to the 2nd Congressional District debate (10/19/2020) 34 days to the Utah Attorney General debate (10/21/2020) 45 days to the 2020 election (11/3/2020) 125 days to inauguration day (01/20/2021) 131 days to the start of the 2021 Utah Legislature (1/25/2021)