Utah candidates address matters that affect you during Salt Lake Chamber’s Candidate Forum

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With Election Day fast approaching, it’s important to be informed about the matters that could affect you.

On Tuesday voters were given the opportunity to engage in the political process and learn where our candidates stand on these issues during the Salt Lake Chamber’s Candidate Forum.

Each candidate was given 15 minutes to address the Chamber’s top federal priorities followed by 10 minutes of moderated questions and answers from prescreened audience submissions.

Governor Mitt Romney went first, followed by Mayor Ben McAdams, Councilwoman Jenny Wilson,  and Congresswoman Mia Love.

If you missed it you can watch each person here:

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