SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - Utah's Democratic Chairman wants President Obama to come speak at the LDS Tabernacle on Temple Square.
But not only that, he wants Mitt Romney to be there.
It's not as far fetched as you might think.
After all, President Kennedy spoke at the Tabernacle in 1963.
More recently, we've learned that Michelle Obama almost did too.
When Michelle Obama made a trip to Park City, most Utahns didn't get to see
But now, ABC 4 News has learned, the First Lady almost made a much more public appearance here.
According to Jim Dabakis, Democratic Party Chairman,
"We came this close to having Michelle Obama speak at the Tabernacle, which would have been wonderful."
But says Dabakis, the logistics didn't quite work out.
However, now that the president has won re-election, Dabakis has a new plan,
"I think it would be great to have the president come and speak at the Tabernacle. Maybe Mitt Romney could come as well.”
And before you totally dismiss this idea, it has happened before.
In 1963, another Democratic president did speak at the Tabernacle.
John F. Kennedy quickly charmed and won over his Utah audience.
Now, approaching the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's visit, Dabakis would like to see history repeat itself,
"We're going to do this. The only permission we need is from the Church, the president and Mitt Romney. Other than that, we're set to go."
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