In Conservative Utah, Many Mormon Voters Distrust Trump

November 02, 2016 12:36 AM
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Given the unorthodox nature of this year's U.S. election, voters across the country are breaking historical precedents in their choice for president. Nowhere is this shift more evident than in Utah, a state comprised of 60% Mormons, traditionally conservative voters who are threatening to vote for a candidate other than the Republican presidential nominee in a three-way race on election day.