Independent candidate Evan McMullin speaks during a rally in Draper, Utah, where he is within striking distance of winning the state. McMullin’s declared vice presidential candidate, defense consultant Nathan Johnson, has not appeared publicly with McMullin or talked to the media.
Independent candidate Evan McMullin speaks during a rally in Draper, Utah, where he is within striking distance of winning the state. McMullin’s declared vice presidential candidate, defense consultant Nathan Johnson, has not appeared publicly with McMullin or talked to the media. Rick Bowmer AP
Independent candidate Evan McMullin speaks during a rally in Draper, Utah, where he is within striking distance of winning the state. McMullin’s declared vice presidential candidate, defense consultant Nathan Johnson, has not appeared publicly with McMullin or talked to the media. Rick Bowmer AP

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