Evan McMullin, who's running for as an independent presidential bid, talks with the Deseret News and KSL editorial board in Salt Lake City. Donald Trump has shattered the normal Republican consensus in Utah even more so than he has nationwide, activating fault lines under a normally stable electorate largely unified by a single religion.
Evan McMullin, who's running for as an independent presidential bid, talks with the Deseret News and KSL editorial board in Salt Lake City. Donald Trump has shattered the normal Republican consensus in Utah even more so than he has nationwide, activating fault lines under a normally stable electorate largely unified by a single religion. Weston Kenney AP
Evan McMullin, who's running for as an independent presidential bid, talks with the Deseret News and KSL editorial board in Salt Lake City. Donald Trump has shattered the normal Republican consensus in Utah even more so than he has nationwide, activating fault lines under a normally stable electorate largely unified by a single religion. Weston Kenney AP

Could Trump and Clinton lose to an independent candidate in Utah?

October 12, 2016 11:16 AM