His opponents have fully operating websites, including on-the-issues pages.
When it came to his website, John Curtis, the Republican candidate for Utah’s open congressional seat, was inaccessible.
As late as 8:37 p.m. Sept. 8, nothing but a home page for the site was available. (On Aug. 27, I first sought out his issues page that political candidates usually have before learning that nothing except the landing page could be accessed.)
The websites of his opponents are a different story. Each of the pages from the websites of Kathie Allen and Jim Bennett, the Democratic and United Utah Party challengers, respectively, worked fine.
Campaign staffer said that a “new and improved” website is coming. When asked for a timeline, he deferred me to a campaign email address. (I couldn’t contact him through his website, of course.)
The campaign did not reply.
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