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A Clear Majority of Utah Voters Want the Legislature to Impeach Swallow
Posted on June 17, 2013 by Quin Monson
When a majority of strong partisans from a politician’s own party favor impeachment, that politician is in serious trouble Update/Correction: Although the numbers posted in the topline report were released correctly yesterday, the graphic and prose for the favorability numbers … Continue reading →
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