Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson represented Utah during the roll call of the states during Tuesday’s Democratic National Convention.
Appearing in front of the Utah State Capitol building, Wilson touted the state’s success using vote by mail, something she said both Democrats and Republicans agree on.
“Here in Utah, we have had mail-in voting for years. If you’re registered to vote, you get sent a ballot. It’s fast and reliable. It’s easy for everyone to participate. In 2016 we had turn out well over 80 percent, and this year we’re expecting even higher,” she said.
Wilson’s comments were a subtle dig at President Donald Trump who has railed against mail-in voting for months, claiming, without proof that it’s rife with fraud and corruption.
Watch the clip below via CNN: