Republican primary voters undecided on 2nd District
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But Salt Lake City resident Jim Stice said he’s undecided on the field.
"I’m looking for someone who can reach across the aisle and not drink so much Kool-Aid," Stice said. "It seems folks on both ends are stuck on ideology."
The poll was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. for The Tribune, and polling occurred between April 9 and 12 among likely Republican voters.
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