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» Former Sen. Casey Anderson is looking for a re-match with Sen. Evan Vickers, who won their 2012 Republican primary in their Southern Utah district.

» Former Rep. Fred Cox is hoping to return to the House, after redistricting threw him in with Democratic Rep. Janice Fisher, who is retiring. Cox will face Carbon Lundgren in the Republican contest. The winner will go against Mike Lee — not the U.S. Senator — who is a Salt Lake Count police officer and AFL-CIO vice president.

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» Rep. Brian Greene is being challenged by former Rep. Holly Richardson, who held the House seat until she resigned to run Dan Liljenquist’s U.S. Senate race. They are also facing Republican John Stevens, who Greene beat in the 2012 Republican primary. A pair of Democrats — Jim Thorne and Michael Plowman — are seeking their party’s nomination in the Pleasant Grove seat.

» A pair of former Price-area legislators are running against Republican Rep. Jerry Anderson. Former Rep. Christine Watkins lost to Anderson in the 2012 election. This time, Watkins is running against Anderson as a Republican. And former Rep. Brad King who was in the Legislature for 12 years until 2008, is running as a Democrat. Bill Labrum is also in the Republican contest.


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