Survey finds 56 percent of Salt Lake City voters don’t want second term for Mayor Biskupski

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File Photo: Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski

SALT LAKE CITY — A recent poll from suggests that Mayor Jackie Biskupski may have a tough time getting re-elected in 2019.

The poll surveyed 203 “likely voters,” the majority of whom said they’d like a new face at city hall. Thirty-four percent said they think Biskupski deserves another term.

Bryan Schott,¬† Managing Editor, wrote that Biskupski still has some qualities going for her — for example, a slight majority of SLC democrats said she should get another term.

Biskupski’s office declined to comment on the poll.

Read the full article and poll results here.

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