More Debate Thoughts

In a press release yesterday, our campaign said that previous debate commission polls were conducted with a sample size of 400. I received an email from Christie Taylor, the debate commission’s social media director, who corrected the record and pointed out that the...

Jim Bennett addresses debate commission decision

Jim Bennett remains optimistic in the face of being excluded from the Utah Debate Commission’s October debate for the congressional candidates in the special election to replace Jason Chaffetz. “There’s never been a third party candidate in these debates, and I was...

Congratulations to John Curtis

I spoke to John Curtis as he was running on to the stage to address his supporters after his decisive primary victory tonight. He had very little time, but he was very gracious. I look forward to a great campaign from now until November, My campaign issued the...

Will you help me?

Hello, friends. Will you help me? Democrats in Utah have given up trying to win elections, and the Republican Party has transformed itself into the Party of Trump. The majority of Utah voters are in the center, and they’ve been left behind by the two major parties. So...

The Focus of my Campaign

[Note: This is a statement I made at a press conference after U.S. Circuit Court Judge David Nuffer ordered the state to put me on the ballot.] I would like to take the opportunity to thank our legal team, especially Bryan Sells, Cheylynn Heymann, and Jordan Toone, as...

Trump and Russia

The Trump team is still trying to pretend that all of the talk of Russia is smoke without fire, and that the press is willing to throw any Russian-themed accusation against the wall in the hopes that something will stick. But the accusations against Donald Trump Jr....

A Great First Hearing

So our suit against the Lieutenant Governor’s office to get me on the ballot had its first hearing on Monday, and it went far, far better than I could have possibly imagined. This was a scheduling hearing for how the case was supposed to proceed, and, usually, such...