SALT LAKE CITY — With just a few days remaining before the primary election in Utah, the lieutenant governor’s office reports more than 300,000 ballots have been processed as of Friday morning.
The four candidates competing for the Republican Party nomination for governor differ in their vision of where the state can grow if they were in charge.
FOX 13's Erin Cox asked each candidate two questions:
1) What is your vision for Utah?
2) If you had been governor during the pandemic, what would you have done differently?
See how they responded in the video above.