Perhaps Marc should ask himself the question why Utah appears to be dominated by one party politics. Perhaps Utah just leads the way in setting trends. The following analysis of our recent elections comes from


To the chagrin of the liberal elites, the American people made a monumental shift to the right in the 2002 mid-term elections. For the first time in history, the Republican Party gained seats in both the House and Senate in a non-presidential election. In the gubernatorial races, more Democrat incumbents went down in defeat, as the GOP defied expectations with victories in liberal states like Maryland, Massachusetts and Hawaii. As for state legislatures, the majority of them are now controlled by Republicans.

On various referendum issues, American citizens spoke from the heart. In Virginia, voters crushed a sales tax hike initiative. In Massachusetts, citizens rejected bilingual education in favor of English-only instruction. In the state of Nevada voters repudiated homosexual marriage and legalization of marijuana. Likewise, in controversial races with hot-button issues like "immigration," Republicans rolled to victory. Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO), who has made immigration reform and border security the cornerstone of his Capitol Hill tenure, was re-elected with nearly 70% of the vote, after weeks of slander by radical ethnic groups and the liberal Denver press. In Georgia, a Republican was elected governor for the first time since Reconstruction! This victory was due, in large part, to Democrat incumbent Roy Barnes' politically-correct destruction of the Georgia state flag, as well as his laxity in addressing illegal immigrants within the state.

All of these electoral results enumerate a political, social and cultural trend to the right. They also happen to coincide, with no surprising reason, a major surge in Republican Party registrations in southern states and a big increase in independent/third-party registrations nationally during the last three election cycles. Hopefully, the White House and Republicans in Congress will wake up and seize this opportunity to enact a real conservative and populist agenda that reflects the true mainstream of America. Among the top priorities of the 108th Congress should be border security and immigration reform. Stay tuned with at as we fight to put the interests of American citizens first.

My concern is that many of these newly elected Republicans will turn out to be RINO's (Republican in name only).

Steven Montgomery

"Nations are defined by their founders. George Washington set a standard of
selfless public service and heroic private virtue against which American
politicians continue to be measured - and found wanting - even today." --Steven W. Mosher
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