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Letter: Best way to ignore Stewart is to vote him out

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Chris Stewart (R) speaks during the 2nd Congressional District debate between J. Robert Latham (L), Chris Stewart (R) and Kael Weston (D), at KSL Studio in Salt Lake City, on Monday, October 19, 2020

The amount of misinformation and fear-mongering coming out of Rep. Chris Stewart’s mouth is alarming. He is currently whining about the lack of bipartisanship. The fact that he can pretend that Republicans did not dismiss almost all Democratic proposed legislation for the last four years of the Obama administration and all four years of the last administration shows his disdain for the truth.

All Utahns, and especially Stewart’s constituents, would do well to ignore his blatant attempts to continue to perpetuate the daily public falsehoods of the last president. Of course, the best way to ignore him is to vote him out. We can do so much better with candidates who are capable of bipartisan politics. And don’t get me started on Owens.

Laura Grzymkowski, Cottonwood Heights

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