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Dr. Allen Interviewed by Provo’s Daily Herald

Dr. Kathie Allen sat down with Provo’s Daily Herald and talked about health care, guns, and messaging: “(Health care) does not respond to free-market forces,” Allen said. “And that’s because it’s based on need rather than want.” She compared it to Lasik surgery, which Curtis frequently touts at events as evidence that the free market can…

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3rd Congressional District candidates campaign hard heading into final election stretch

From the Daily Herald: The general election is only one month away. For candidates in the 3rd Congressional District race, it’s the final stretch. It’s their last chance in this shortened election cycle, caused by former Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s resignation in June, to get their message out and win over undecided voters. Though the election takes place…

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Daily Universe Covers Dr. Allen’s Visit to BYU

From BYU’s Daily Universe: For Allen, engaging millennials is extremely important. “We feel that millennials receive our message particularly well,” Allen said. “We’d like to come back if we can and talk to more people.” *** Allen said she hopes students will see she understands the issues that are important to their generation. “We get the…

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Deseret News: Op-ed The Invisible Hand Struggles to Help Healthcare

Dr. Kathie Allen, who has decades of experience in the health care market, pointed out that Mayor Curtis’ statement was terribly shortsighted. She said that when patients see the prices for Lasik surgery, they can walk away if it’s too expensive. If your child has a life-threatening illness, on the other hand, all “shopping around”…

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Sun Advocate Reports on Price Town Hall

From Carbon County’s Sun Advocate: Democratic Congressional candidate Kathie Allen traveled to Price last week to address health care as well as answer other questions relating to her congressional bid. The meeting started with an explanation that health care is complicated and she listed several reasons why the free market proposals will not work. These included:…

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Dr. Allen: I’m not a ‘Nancy Pelosi Democrat’

From Utah Policy: 3rd District Congressional candidate Kathie Allen wants you to know she’s not your typical Democrat. First of all, she says she wouldn’t vote for Nancy Pelosi to be Speaker of the House if she were to win a seat in Washington. “I’m not a big fan of hers,” says Allen. “This is…

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KSL Collects Official Reactions to the Passing of Robert D. Hales

Following the death of Elder Robert D. Hales, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, KSL.com collected statements from many political officials and candidates for office. Here is the statement by the Dr. Kathie Allen campaign: “Like many others, Dr. Allen learned of Elder…

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Dr. Kathie Allen Supports Voter Registration Effort at BYU

From the BYU Daily Universe: National Voter Registration Day is Sept. 26, but many millennials won’t remember to register until it’s too late. According to the Campus Voting Project, 21 percent of young people ages 18-29 weren’t registered to vote for the 2008 election because they missed the registration deadline. Six percent didn’t know how or where…

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Press Reports on ANCA-WR Endorsement

From Asbarez: “The ANCA-Western Region is proud to endorse the candidacy of Dr. Kathie Allen for US Congress. As a dedicated Armenian-American and granddaughter of Genocide survivors who cares deeply about issues important to all of us, we are confident that Dr. Kathie will continue to serve as a strong advocate for our Cause in the…

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Criticism from Dr. Kathie Allen and Others Gets John Curtis to Remove Offensive Facebook Ads

From the Salt Lake Tribune: Provo Mayor John Curtis, the Republican candidate for Utah’s vacant congressional seat, has removed two campaign ads posted on Facebook — one exhorting Congress to “build the wall” and the other calling to “stop sanctuary cities.” The messages on immigration were quickly attacked as hostile and Trump-like while Curtis suggested…

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