Sunday, September 20, 2020

Libertarian congressional candidate gets spot on 2nd District debate stage

by Mori Kessler, St. George News

ST. GEORGE - The Utah Debate Commission recently released its schedule for state and federal-level candidate debates, and this time one of them won’t be sporting a D or an R after their name, but an L instead.

Attorney Robert Latham is hoping to represent Utah’s 2nd Congressional District and is running against Republican incumbent Chris Stewart as a Libertarian candidate, location and time of photo unspecified | Photo courtesy of FreeUtahns.com, St. George News

The upcoming debates – set between Sept. 24 and Oct. 21 – will feature the traditional pairing of Republican and Democratic candidates vying to either retain seats or replace incumbents in the gubernatorial, congressional and state attorney general races.

All except the debate to be held for candidates seeking to represent the 2nd Congressional District, which includes Southwest Utah.

The debate for the 2nd Congressional District will feature three candidates instead of the usual two. It will include Republican incumbent Rep. Chris Stewart and Democratic challenger Kael Weston, as well as Libertarian candidate J. Robert Latham...

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