(KCPW News) With chairman Wayne Holland stepping down, a middle school teacher is one of two candidates vying to be the next head of the Utah Democratic Party. Robert Comstock describes himself as a political activist for more than 35 years. His goals include returning the party to its core Democratic values and opening the doors to everyone who wants to become a candidate. We asked Comstock how he would help the party re-gain all the seats it lost in the 2010 election, and how he plans to win the job.
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