Evan McMullin Gaining in Utah Slams Trump as Sexist

Some top Utah Republicans, including U.S. Rep. Mia Love, Sen. Mike Lee and Gov. Gary Herbert, have said they will not vote for Trump.

Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin speaks during a University of Utah candidate forum, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, in Salt Lake City. McMullin answered questions at the forum, as he attempts to fend off a new wave of critiques from Republican Donald Trump's supporters who are trying to prevent McMullin from winning what has become a toss-up state.

By Published on November 3, 2016

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  • Bob Buchanan

    No matter what you want to believe, either Trump or Clinton will win the election, no one else. If you don’t vote or vote for anyone who can not win the overall general election is the same as casting a vote to the one you like the least. It is every Americans responsibility to vote and it should not be wasted.

    • Joe Mamma

      We’re going to vote!! Just not for Trump or Hellary..
      Is called freedom of choice a very Americanized concept were you choose based on your conscious not based on how others try to push or force you to vote.

  • DMoney

    Let’s say Hitler was running with a R by his name and Satan was running with a D. Would you vote for either of them? Now let’s say Jesus is running but with an L by his name. Would you not vote for him because he doesn’t have a chance to win because only R’s and D’s can win?

    • Dean Bruckner

      Thankfully we don’t have anything like that. But if your conscience tells you not to vote for Trump, then don’t. But you can’t close your eyes to the actual result. None of us can do that for our own choices.

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