Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for October 16, 2020

BONER FIGHT

Boner Candidate #1: THIS IS JUST A LITTLE SCROTUM VIDEO AND IT’S ONLY TOOELE

When Utahns go to vote, they’ll start with the presidential race, the governor’s election and then local contests. After that is a long list asking the same question: Should a certain judge keep his or her job? For most voters, it’s hard to tell which judges are worthy of their retention vote and which ones are not. That’s why Utah formed a group of experts, called the Utah Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission (JPEC), to give the public recommendations. This year, just about every judge got a unanimous vote of approval. One judge, however, didn’t score as well. The reason for that was a disciplinary action taken against Tooele Justice Court Judge John Dow last fall after he shared a video of a man’s scrotum in a group text with people who work for him.

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Boner Candidate #2: I GOTTA GO TO HAWAII FOR DAD’S FUNERAL

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Attorney General Debate will be hosted by the Utah Debate Commission Oct. 21, almost three weeks after it was originally scheduled for. Attorney General Sean Reyes ( R) requested the date of the debate be changed, Wayne Niederhauser, Utah Debate Commission Co-Chair, said.“We had a request to change the date. We don’t change dates, only in extreme circumstances. One of them is death of a family member,” he said. In a statement to FOX13 News, Alan Crooks, general consultant for the Reyes campaign, said the Utah Debate Commission picked Oct. 1 without asking if the date would work for either candidate.

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