LOGAN — A lot is happening politically this spring, summer and into the fall. Big primary elections happen next month and several high-profile debates will be held as well.
On KVNU’s For the People program on Thursday, new Cache GOP party chair Shellie Giddings said several debates will be held next week, but the only one under the banner of the Utah Debate Commission will be the one between Congressional District 1 incumbent Blake Moore with two challengers, Andrew Badger and Tina Cannon.
“And that’s obviously one of the most important, because we are the first congressional district, right here in Logan. Those are our candidates, and so that one’s very important I think for the people in Logan to pay attention to,” said Giddings.
It is scheduled for next Thursday at 2p.m. and will be heard on KVNU(610A.M./ 102.1 & 102.5 FM). But there are more events on the calendar.
“On June 11th we will be having a Meet the Candidates event, where all of our local candidates, and actually the Congressional and Senate candidates will also be there. We really would like all the voters to come and to talk, you can ask questions, it’s just going to be kind of an informal meet and greet kind of a thing.”
It will be held at Green Canyon High School from about noon to 2p.m.
“On June 14th, that’s a Tuesday, it’s Flag Day. We are having a Flag Day program, it will be at Ridgeline High School starting at 630(p.m.) and Glenn Beck will be here to be our speaker.”
Giddings said she is super-excited bout Beck’s appearance.
On some flyers it might say that Green Canyon High School is the venue for that, but she said the new location for Glenn Beck will be Ridgeline High School in Millville.
You can get more information on events at CacheGOP.com