Utah People's Party

…proclain liberty through out all the land….(Leviticus 25:10)

Andrew McCullough for Attorney General

on October 26, 2012

Citizens who do the research they are duty bound to do know that there is a better alternative than the Republican and the Democrat in many races. The race for Utah State Attorney (also called Attorney General) is a great example.
The Democratic, Libertarian and Republican Parties all have candidates in the race for Attorney General of Utah. On election day, Utah citizens will find, Andrew Mccullough on the ballot line of the Libertarian Party. The Utah People’s Party endorses Utah Attorney General candidate Andrew Mccullough.

McCullough believes that it is not the duty of the state to create jobs. The state should, however, foster a friendlier economic environment for private sector business growth, through actions such as lowering taxes and reducing “unnecessary” regulation.(Quoted from http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/W._Andrew_McCullough)

Citizens can get information about this candidate on the ballotpedia website and the candidate’s own website.

http://www.andrewmccullough.org/

and from
Andrew McCullough
PO Box 651147
Salt Lake City, UT 84165
Tel: (801) 565-1988

Liberty is a high priority of the Utah People’s Party because Liberty is Agency. Mccullough has a track record of advocating limited government as an Attorney General candidate in 2008 and as a gubernatorial candidate in 2010 and as state chairman of his party. We do not claim that  Mccullough is a perfect candidate. He does not stand on the Lord’s side of every issue. We do claim that he will most nearly carry out our ideas of good government. Mccullough is the best candidate whom this three candidate field has to offer and that is sufficient to qualify him for endorsement. We support Andrew Mccullough of the Libertarian Party for Utah Attorney General(State Attorney). We do not oppose either of the other candidates.

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