Women Running in Utah

Significance of State

Nate Silver, editor-in-chief of FiveThirtyEight, said at Domopalooza in 2017, "In some ways, [Utah] increasingly has the markers of a blue state, meaning high education levels, big tech sector, young population. So you can kind of envision a world in eight years, 12 years, 16 years in which Utah behaves more like Colorado or something, right?” he said.

Jamie Cheek ~ U.S. House, District 1

Jamie Creek lost the Democratic primary on June 30. She was campaigning as an unabashed optimist."She rejects the politics of fear and hate that pervade the status quo. “Utahns are compassionate people and our values are not being represented by our politicians, who remain impervious to public sentiment. It is time to elect someone different -- someone who will listen to her constituents and will tirelessly work to make their lives better.” Women to Win hopes to see her run again in 2022.

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