Utah parties to hold final caucuses under current system
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Evans said that while his party is "certainly exploring" filing a lawsuit itself, its focus for now is on the caucus and the April 26 state convention. "When we get past that, we’ll refocus" on whether to file suit, he said.
Dabakis said he sees SB54 having little effect on Democrats, and said he sees that new law "as a Republican deal… Those established old Republican families that have been greatly upset by the tea party now may have another way to get to the ballot. That’s what it was all about."
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