The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics & Public Service will welcome the candidates running for U.S. Senate within the state of Utah to Southern Utah University’s campus for a public debate, slated for Tuesday, September 25, from 5–7 p.m. in the Sterling Church Auditorium.
The campus community and general public are all welcome to attend, to learn more about the candidates as the November election season draws near.
The candidates on deck for this evening’s debate include Scott Howell (D), Shaun McCausland (C), Daniel Geery (J), and Bill Barron (I). Additionally, while Senator Hatch (R) is unable to attend in person, a representative from his office will participate in his place.
The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics & Public Service, located in the Sharwan Smith Center and Gerald R. Sherratt Library, provides an important service on campus as an interdisciplinary hub for leadership opportunities, citizenship education, public and humanitarian service, and public policy research.
The Leavitt Center is a non-partisan, interdisciplinary organization dedicated to preparing students to serve as responsible and educated leaders in a democratic society.