Utah Democratic Party will have one contested election in primary
The Utah Democratic Party will have only one contested election in the June 30th state primary.
The party held its virtual state nominating convention over the weekend, setting an all-time record for participation with an 85-percent turnout.
Chris Peterson advanced from a field of six candidates to become the party's nominee for governor and will not have to worry about the June primary election.
The only state Democratic race to be decided on June 30th will be the First Congressional District contest between Darren Parry and Jamie Cheek.