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Utah GOP rejects changes, making ballot drive likely

Choosing candidates » Republican leaders say they like the current caucus and convention system, despite criticism by those who say it give a small group too much power.

First Published Apr 13 2013 05:33 pm • Last Updated Jul 07 2013 11:32 pm

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