Seniority, conservatism at heart of Utah Senate race
Hatch is battling for what he says will be his seventh and final term.
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In any case, putting pressure on Hatch has been worth it, said Walker. "Senator Hatch, win or lose, has had to become more conservative than ever in his 36 years."
Dave Hansen, Hatch’s campaign manager, said such comments reveal the state of the race.
"When you start talking about moral victories," Hansen said, "it must mean that you are behind."
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