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[[Gary R. Herbert]] is the Lieutenant Governor of Utah, and is running for reelection with [[Gary Johnson]] in the [[November 2016 Election, Utah]].
[[Spencer J. Cox]] is the Governor of Utah, and was running for reelection as Lieutenant Governor with [[Gary Johnson]] in the [[November 2016 Election, Utah]].
 
Spencer Cox has expressed that he does not intend to pursue expanding abortion restrictions outside of the context of existing trigger laws which would take effect were Roe v. Wade overturned.<ref>Brian Schott, [https://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/2022/05/11/utah-gov-cox-says-he/ "Gov. Cox says he opposes abortion restrictions beyond Utah’s trigger law"], Salt Lake Tribune, 11 May 2022</ref>


He has declared that without major changes, he will not be voting for Trump, stating further that "if there were some major changes to Trump, I think there's a way many of us could support him, but he hasn't shown any inclination toward those changes or doing things differently, so I think it's a long shot that he will change". He has expressed that he is considering [[Gary Johnson]], [[Evan McMullin]], or a write-in.<ref>Robert Gehrke, [http://www.sltrib.com/home/4232246-155/utahs-lieutenant-governor-says-barring-huge "Utah’s lieutenant governor says, barring huge changes, he won’t vote for Donald Trump"], Salt Lake Tribune, 13 Aug 2016</ref>
He has declared that without major changes, he will not be voting for Trump, stating further that "if there were some major changes to Trump, I think there's a way many of us could support him, but he hasn't shown any inclination toward those changes or doing things differently, so I think it's a long shot that he will change". He has expressed that he is considering [[Gary Johnson]], [[Evan McMullin]], or a write-in.<ref>Robert Gehrke, [http://www.sltrib.com/home/4232246-155/utahs-lieutenant-governor-says-barring-huge "Utah’s lieutenant governor says, barring huge changes, he won’t vote for Donald Trump"], Salt Lake Tribune, 13 Aug 2016</ref>

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Spencer J. Cox is the Governor of Utah, and was running for reelection as Lieutenant Governor with Gary Johnson in the November 2016 Election, Utah.

Spencer Cox has expressed that he does not intend to pursue expanding abortion restrictions outside of the context of existing trigger laws which would take effect were Roe v. Wade overturned.[1]

He has declared that without major changes, he will not be voting for Trump, stating further that "if there were some major changes to Trump, I think there's a way many of us could support him, but he hasn't shown any inclination toward those changes or doing things differently, so I think it's a long shot that he will change". He has expressed that he is considering Gary Johnson, Evan McMullin, or a write-in.[2]

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