Election 2020

PBS Utah and the Utah Debate Commission have partnered to present live, televised debates in the races for Utah’s four Congressional Districts, as well as debates between candidates for Governor and Attorney General.

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Utah Gubernatorial Debate

Debate was held on Tuesday, September 29 at 6:00 PM

Republican Lt. Gov. Spencer Spencer Cox faces Democrat Chris Peterson in a debate hosted by the Utah Debate Commission and moderated by Doug Wright.

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Utah Attorney General Debate

Debate was held Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Sean Reyes faces Greg Skordas in a debate hosted by the Utah Debate Commission.


1st Congressional District Debate

Debate was held on Thursday, September 24, 2020

Blake Moore faces Darren Parry in a debate hosted by the Utah Debate Commission.


2nd Congressional District Debate

Debate was held on Monday, October 19, 2020

J. Robert Latham (Libertarian), Chris Stewart (Republican), and Kael Weston (Democrat) face off in a debate hosted by the Utah Debate Commission.


3rd Congressional District Debate

Debate was held Thursday, October 15, 2020

Republican John Curtis faces Democrat Devin Thorpe in a debate hosted by the Utah Debate Commission.


4th Congressional District Debate

Debate was held on Monday, October 12, 2020

Democrat Ben McAdams faces Republican Burgess Owens in a debate hosted by the Utah Debate Commission.

Watch Free Speech Messages

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For more than 25 years, PBS Utah has been proud to present Free Speech Messages, a series of campaign speeches delivered by ballot-qualified candidates in select races across the state of Utah. PBS Utah offers all nominees in select races, regardless of party affiliation, the opportunity to speak directly to Utah voters. Please Note: Messages are organized by race and then alphabetically by the candidate's last name.


Attorney General Candidates


U.S. House District 1 Candidates


U.S. House District 2 Candidates


U.S. House District 4 Candidates

Electoral College Calculator

Presidential candidates need 270 electoral votes to win an election. Click on this interactive map to create your own projections for the 2020 presidential race, see how states are expected to vote and look at previous election results. Race ratings are provided by Cook Political Report, which analyzes each state’s electorate to make projections.