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Utah's listeners are Utah's voters.Utah Public Radio is proud to partner with our fellow public broadcasters throughout the state to bring you Vote Utah 2012, comprehensive election coverage that focuses on educating voters.Check in here throughout election season for interviews, debates, and news coverage from throughout the state.Also visit VoteUtah.org for candidate profiles, election results, and resources for informed voting.

Listen to Utah Candidates Exercise Their Freedom of Speech

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As a public service to Utah voters, Vote Utah 2012 has compiled a series of three-minute messages from twenty-one candidates for office. Messages include candidates from all four U.S. House districts, the U.S. Senate, and the Governorship. 

To listen to any free speech message, click here.

Here is our broadcast schedule for every free speech message:

10/18

Morning Edition - 4th House - Jim Matheson

All Things Considered - 4th House - Jim Matheson

10/19

Morning Edition - 4th House - Mia Love

All Things Considered - 4th House - Mia Love

10/22

Morning Edition - 2nd House - Jonathan Garrard

All Things Considered - Senate - Orrin Hatch

10/23

Morning Edition - 2nd House - Chris Stewart

All Things Considered - Senate - Scott Howell

10/24

Morning Edition - 2nd House - Joseph Andrade

All Things Considered - Senate - Daniel Geery

10/25

Morning Edition - 2nd House - Charles Kimball

All Things Considered - Senate - Bill Barron

10/26

Morning Edition - 2nd House - Jay Seegmiller

All Things Considered - Senate - Shaun McCausland

10/29

Morning Edition - 1st House - Rob Bishop

All Things Considered - Governor - Gary Herbert

10/30

Morning Edition - 1st House - Donna McAleer

All Things Considered - Governor - Peter Cooke

10/31

Morning Edition - 1st House - Sherry Phipps

All Things Considered - Governor - Ken Larsen

11/1

Morning Edition - 3rd House - Jason Chaffetz

11/2

Morning Edition - 3rd House - Soren Simonsen

All Things Considered - Governor - Kirk Pearson