“We’re seriously looking at it again,” she told The Salt Lake Tribune on Saturday just before her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Americans’ “struggles haven’t gotten any better, the environment in Washington hasn’t gotten any better. … We need people who are going to be leaders, people who are going to do something about it.”
“There are a lot of things to do differently, and there are a lot of things we did that worked,” she said. “I get to start from a completely different place.”
The Tribune reports that the mayor has hired Dave Hansen, “a Republican strategist and former Utah GOP chairman who successfully ran Sen. Orrin Hatch’s re-election.”
“It’s awfully early to be talking about that,” Mr. Matheson said in an interview, according to The Tribune. “We just finished an election and I think most folks I talk to are tired of the politicking. They want people to work constructively to get things done.”
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