Lacey Smith

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Caucus Day in Utah

In Uncategorized on March 15, 2012 at 6:03 pm

It’s Republican Caucus day in Utah and I’ll admit I’m darn near giddy about it.

After months of watching and complaining, of fussing, analyzing and worrying, of listening and reading and studying, it’s my turn to be involved.

And yet, I find myself going into my neighborhood caucus somewhat unprepared.

The truth is, all the national coverage has sort of overwhelmed our local races and I’ve slacked off a little bit.

That’s not to say that I haven’t done some research. I have “my guys” picked out and I’ve been to a few campaign events, but I’m still sort of shaky on some of the people I’ve chosen and why.

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Idaho’s Super Tuesday Disappointment

In Current Events, Politics on March 13, 2012 at 1:11 pm

It takes an event like Super Tuesday to get me blogging again. I am a reluctant blogger, after all, and other pursuits have taken priority – some less than important.

But Super Tuesday’s come and gone and something’s still really bugging me.

It’s not the lack of good analysis from the mainstream media or the mind-bogglingness that Newt Gingrich is still in this thing. Instead, it’s the results from my home state that are still under my skin.

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