3 Questions with Bob Evans: Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox on public service, rock ‘n’ roll

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox is the state's chief election official and a powerful player in the Republican party, but he said he's a reluctant public servant who only took the job after being pressed by Gov. Gary Herbert.

Cox recently sat down with Bob Evans to answer 3 Questions, see the video above for his interview.

  1. You were a delegate to the Republican National Convention, have Utahns changed their perception of Donald Trump at all since that time?
  2. Would you like to be Governor some day?
  3. You play bass in a band, when was your last gig?
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