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Congressional candidate Mia Love urged work and action, saying, "If you are not going to stand up and make your voice heard, you stand the chance of someone inferior doing it for you — and we are not inferior…. We are not going away and we are taking our country back."

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes told a dinner crowd before the rally, "We as the Republican Party are the true party of success. We are the real harbingers of hope because at the core we are the party of true and correct principles, constitutional and conservative principles."

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He said those values include "smaller government, states’ rights, fiscal discipline, free enterprise, free markets, lower taxes, strong national defense the right to keep and bear arms, protection of life and traditional families."




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