2020 Primary Elections Candidate Profiles | KUER 90.1

2020 Primary Elections Candidate Profiles

Here's how candidates in Utah's upcoming state-wide primary elections answered questions about the biggest issues they would face in office.

Four candidates are vying to be the Republican nominee for Governor. Ahead of the primary election on June 30, we asked the candidates where they stand on issues like economic recovery, air quality, education, the coronavirus pandemic and more.

Four republican candidates are running to be the state's second in command as lieutentant governor. Ahead of the primary election on June 30, we asked them where they stand on voting issues, how the state has handled the coronavirus pandemic and more.

Two candidates will face off in the June primary election to be the Republican nominee for Utah attorney general. To understand the differences and similarities between them, we asked them about their approaches to the role of attorney general, criminal justice reform and more.

Four Republican candidates will be on the June 30 primary ballot in the hopes of representing Utah’s First Congressional District. KUER asked them about public lands, mental health, the needs of rural Utahns and more.

Utah’s First Congressional District is the only federal race in the state that has a Democratic primary. We asked the two Democratic candidates about issues that affect that district, like public lands, mental health, the needs of rural Utahns and more.

In a district that's a high priority nationally for Republicans to flip, four candidates are vying to be the republican nominee to unseat Utah's lone democratic congressman Ben McAdams. Ahead of the primary election on June 30, we asked them why they're best positioned to beat McAdams, their top policy priorities, and more.