Mormon Politicians From Utah Feel Tea Party Heat
By KIRK JOHNSON
Published: March 14, 2011
Djamila Grossman for The New York Times
Jacqueline Smith, in her Coalville, Utah, home on March 1, doubts Senator Orrin G. Hatch.
But in the muscular arena of Tea Party and so-called Sept. 12 groups that have surged into dominance in Utah over the last year, places like Coalville and the Smith house have become unlikely stations for politicians to come kiss the ring.
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