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Eight last-ditch campaign pitches before the Nov. 7 Elections

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8. Pete Ashdown: “A vote for me is a vote for Utah’s future … and a VIP stamp into the victory party at my place'it’s gonna be a rager!nn

7. LaVar Christensen: “Hey, look! My hair looks like Ronald Reagan’s! Anyone? Anyone? Yoo-hoo, over here!”

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6. Lohra Miller: “Just vote Miller. Don’t make me call your boss.nn

5. Bob Brister: “What, I’m good enough to be your MySpace Friend but not your congressman?nn

4. Aaron Kennard: “Do you know how many crimes happen on golf courses? No, you don’t, smartass.nn

3. Jim Matheson: “They actually still think I’m a Democrat'that’s hysterical! Wait … is this thing on?”

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2. Chris Cannon: “My promise to you: The Internet shut down by 2010.nn

1. Orrin Hatch: “What, me worry?

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