A look back to Weber County’s busy, busy election season last fall

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

On the campaign trail. Clockwise from top left, GOP U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, United Utah U.S. House hopeful Eric Eliason, Democratic U.S. House hopeful Lee Castillo (with family), Bishop and then-U.S. Senate hopeful (and eventual winner) Mitt Romney, Pam Harrison (a proponent of the medical marijuana proposal) and Green Party U.S. House hopeful Adam Davis. By Tim Vandenack

Weber County’s 2018 elections are in the history books and here are links to some of my coverage ahead of the Nov. 6, 2018, general election.

First, profiles of the four 1st District U.S. House hopefuls:

Here’s more:

There were more articles, profiles of all the varied races. Indeed, it was very busy heading up to the vote and in the aftermath. We used to have a few people who would help cover elections, but I did most of it this go-round. That’s how it is these days in newspapers with lower staffing. Even so, I like writing about politics, so no major complaints.


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