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Register, Vote, Get Results

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Andrew Radcliffe is so right [Letters, Oct. 10, City Weekly]. Utah is known for lack of voter participation, yet what is less known is that most elections are decided on slim margins. Not only does your vote count, but it counts in a very big way.

If every reader of this paper voted this month, there would be a sea change in the results. So get registered and vote. Then get to next year’s caucus. More voters will get more results.

STAN ROSENZWEIG
Cottonwood Heights

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