To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Report: Women Missing from Utah Politics
Date: Mon Jun 02 12:22:22 MDT 2014

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June 2, 2014

Report: Women Missing from Utah Politics

Women in Utah aren’t as politically engaged as their peers in other states. Current and former elected officials want to change that.


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