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I appreciated Eric Peterson’s July 7 blog, “Longshots Worth a Look: Daniel Geery for U.S. Senate” [CityWeekly.net].

Readers who liked what they saw should know there is much more on my official website, DanielGeery.com. This is about finding an alternative to Orrin Hatch and what I believe is a viable vision for our country.

If that topic happens to grab you, I encourage you to not just have a look but also spread the word that there is an alternative to Hatch (actually there are a couple, and, frankly, I’d take any one, though I confess to partiality here).

Daniel Geery
Salt Lake City

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