Monday, January 11, 2010

Utah House Democrats announce top issues survey for Utah residents

SALT LAKE CITY, January 11, 2010 — The Utah House of Representatives Democratic Caucus Leadership Team announced today that they have provided an online survey of issues important to Utahns, and are looking for feedback from all of Utah's residents.

The survey, which includes questions about Utah's state budget, proposed changes to Utah Employees retirement plans, Ethics reform, and other issues, was posted online today at the Utah House Democratic Caucus website at

House Democratic Caucus Communications Coordinator, Emily Bingham Hollingshead, explained that the survey is open to all Utah residents, even if they are not represented by a Democratic legislator. "We wanted to get a broader sampling of what may be going on in the minds of the constituents," she said. "By allowing residents from across the state to participate, we can better understand what people want to see from their state legislature, regardless of political affiliation."

The survey will be online through the end of February.

Click here to view survey!

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