How do you rank Utah’s top political power brokers?

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) In a Saturday, April 21, 2018 file photo, U. S. Senate candidate Mitt Romney delivers his speech to the delegates at the Utah Republican Nominating Convention, at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah. Romney says he voted for his wife Ann for president in 2016.

Utah saw a major political upheaval in 2018. Voters passed a slate of ballot initiatives, Sen. Orrin Hatch retired and the Legislature was flipped in a number of ways.

Taking all of that into account, columnist Robert Gehrke will rank Utah’s most powerful political players on Jan. 2. But before he does, he wants to get a sense of how The Salt Lake Tribune’s readers would vote. So he’s narrowed the list to 20 names, and he’d like to find out who you would put in the top 10. So vote away — who is Utah’s top political power brokers?

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