(KCPW News) A day after the so-called “Count My Vote” bill passed its second reading in the Utah Senate, Sen. Curt Bramble’s SB 54 soared through its final passage before heading to the House. The bill received 22 “yes” votes against four “no” votes, with three senators being absent.
After Bramble’s bill passed the Senate, new accusation against Count My Vote petitioners arose in an afternoon press conference—yet another potential setback for the initiative to reform Utah’s caucus system.
For more, here’s KCPW’s Ryan Cunningham.
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