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Tell us who should be 2019’s Utahn of the Year

The Salt Lake Tribune continues its annual tradition of choosing a Utahn of the Year. Take our survey and tell us who you think deserves the nod. The winner will be announced Christmas Day.

Previous Utahns of the Year

2018 • Former North Ogden Mayor and fallen soldier Brent Taylor.

2017 • Longtime U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch.

2016 • Madi Barney, who brought attention to how Brigham Young University was handling reports of sexual assaults.

2015 • Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes.

2014 • Same-sex marriage plaintiffs.

2013 • Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill.

2012 • Mormons Building Bridges.

2011 • Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank.

2010 • Elizabeth, Lois and Mary Smart.

2009 • Elizabeth Smart.

2008 • Utah Jazz owner and businessman Larry Miller.

2007 • First responders to tragedies, including the Trolley Square shooting rampage and the Crandall Canyon Mine disaster.

2006 • Latino leaders Jorge Fierro, Andrew Valdez, Ruby Chacon and Alma Armendariz.

2005 • Pamela Atkinson, advocate for the poor and homeless.

2004 • Utahns killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

2003 • Gov. Olene Walker.

2002 • LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley.

2001 • Winter Games organizer Mitt Romney.

2000 • Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson.

1999 • The letter that sparked the Olympic bribery scandal.

1998 • Mary Ann Kingston, who suffered a brutal beating after escaping plural marriage.

1997 • NBA MVP Karl Malone.

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