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Carbon County Newspaper Covers Corner-to-Corner Tour

From Carbon County’s Sun-Advocate: Allen met with local supporters at the Happiness Within Coffee Shop on Main Street for an informal discussion as part of the all-day tour which also included stops in Bluff, Moab, Provo, Heber and the Salt Lake area. As a physician, Dr. Allen has made health care a central point of her…

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News Outlets Cover Televised Debate

Deseret News: “Curtis avoids talking about Trump in debate, but Allen, Bennett kept bringing him up“ The sharpest differences that emerged in Wednesday’s televised Utah Debate Commission exchange between the three top candidates in the race to fill the vacant 3rd District seat in Congress seemed to be about President Donald Trump. Take a question…

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Dr. Kathie Allen Answers 3 Questions with Fox 13’s Bob Evans

She says she couldn’t get former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz to turn his attention from the scandals surrounding Hillary Clinton to the alleged conflicts of interest surrounding Donald Trump, but Dr. Kathie Allen said the last straw was Chaffetz’s town hall meeting, where afterward he accused the crowd of being paid protesters. She called him…

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News Outlets Cover ABU Debate

The News & Observer: “Opponents tie GOP candidate for Chaffetz’s seat to Trump“ The president won Utah’s 3rd Congressional District in November, but he did so with only 47 percent of the vote — far below Republican presidential candidates in 2012 and 2008, who collected more than two-thirds of the vote. Trump’s brash personality, his martial…

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Misty K. Snow: Recognizing the misogyny faced by women in politics

Misty K. Snow, Utah Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate in 2016, penned the following in the Salt Lake Tribune: There is a special election coming up in Utah’s 3rd Congressional District and Kathie Allen is the Democratic nominee. Over the last six months, Allen has been receiving lots of criticism from “Democrats” for not being “good…

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Salt Lake Tribune Covers Corner-to-Corner Tour Announcement

From the Salt Lake Tribune: Democrat and first-time candidate Kathie Allen will spend a day driving across Utah’s 3rd Congressional District next week as she runs for former Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s seat. “I’ve enjoyed getting to know all aspects of this district in the campaign over the last several months, and I’m looking forward to one more meander…

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“Pick A Torch” Tweet Gains Media Attention

On Wednesday afternoon, Kathie gave Provo Mayor John Curtis an opportunity to denounce President Trump’s racist policies: He responded not with a moral stand, but with indignation at a perceived insult. Our campaign then responded to him. Local news sources covered the exchange. From Fox 13 News: Fox 13 does not have access to any…

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News Outlets Cover First Debate of General Election

Dr. Kathie Allen, Provo Mayor John Curtis, and United Utah Party candidate Jim Bennett debated together for the first time on the Doug Wright Show on the morning of Tuesday, October 10th. You can listen to the full debate here.  Local news outlets covered the debate: From the Deseret News: On gun control, Allen said any…

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Letter: Kathie Allen Would Be Good for All of Utah

From the Salt Lake Tribune letters to the editor section: Dr. Kathie Allen is an excellent representative of our values. As a doctor she has worked for years showing compassion to her patients, with the great responsibility of a trained physician, carefully and analytically considering clinical evidence and her patients’ particular conditions, to provide the best…

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Salt Lake Tribune Candidate Profile Makes Front Page

Kathie made the front page of Sunday’s Salt Lake Tribune! The Tribune‘s Courtney Tanner interviewed Kathie about her childhood, her practice, her musical hobbies, and (of course) her campaign for State Senate. From the article: From the school auditorium’s sixth row, Kathie Allen quietly waved a piece of paper with “DISAGREE” written in red marker. For months,…

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