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10/23/2019
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Tim Vandenack
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“As a U.S. Army veteran, former oil field worker and over-the-road truck driver, factory worker and now medical research coordinator, I am the intersection of conservative and progressive policy values,” Cameron said in an email. He described himself as a New Deal Democrat in the mold of former President Franklin Roosevelt, saying he has “the best chance to win over conservative voters and (unite) the working-class, seeing as how Utah voted for FDR all four times.”

The New Utah Podcast

10/16/2019
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The New Utah Podcast

Me guest hosting with the wonderful people at the New Utah Podcast

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Protesta "No es mi Presidente" en la ciudad de Salt Lake.

2/20/2017
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Lester Rojas
NoPresidente

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Anti-Trump demonstrators stage mass rally at Utah State Capitol; decry executive orders on refugees, immigrant travel

2/4/2017
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Patrick Benedict
Injustice

"I suspect the Trump administration is going to say: 'we have awoken the slumbering beast and filled him with a terrible resolve'. - Joshua Cameron

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Hundreds gather at Utah State Capitol to rally against repeal of Affordable Care Act

1/15/2017
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Fox 13 NEWS

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Hundreds call for end to immigrant family separation

6/15/2018
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Nexstar Broadcasting
White Lantern

“I don’t know a single nonbeliever that supports separating children from their parents. This inhumane terrorist way of acting and it seems to have pass of those who consider themselves godly,” said Joshua Cameron, supporter.

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Health bill opponents stage peaceful sit-in at federal offices in Salt Lake City

7/6/2017
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Alex Stuckey
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The bill, which Republicans hope to push through the Senate, is estimated to leave 22 million more Americans uninsured by 2026 than under President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act (ACA). The proposal also would roll back Medicaid expansion and make cuts to the existing program for low-income and disabled residents, while reducing taxes for the wealthy.

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