Salt Lake City, UT – Amendment Three would add a legal definition of marriage to Utah's state constitution, limiting marriage to a man and a woman. It would also prohibit the state from giving any other relationship equivalent legal status. KUER's Jenny Brundin talks to her neighbors in Salt Lake City about their views of Amendment Three and finds a diverse spectrum of views.
Salt Lake City, UT – Tuesday's election was as important to disabled voters as it was to other citizens, but there are obstacles that keep many of them from making their choice at the polls. Producer Beth Hoffman accompanied two disabled voters to the polls and talks about changes that could make the process easier in the future.
Thursday, November 4, 2004 – What is the meaning of Tuesday's election? We'll break down the way Utahns voted with pollsters Quin Monson and Dan Jones. We then turn to Utah leaders and to you, the listener, to ask what the election means to our community and nation.
Salt Lake City, UT – Republicans won big in Utah this election, with a couple of notable exceptions. Conservative positions also prevailed on a couple of key ballot issues. KUER's Jenny Brundin runs down the results.
Tuesday, November 2, 2004 – Contested elections have been part of the US political scene since its earliest history. Doug talks with historians about the controversy surrounding the 1800, the 1876 and the 1960 elections.
Matsumoto, Japan – Ross Chambless is working in Japan as an English teacher and he hears a lot about the American presidential election. It's especially significant now that Japanese troops are serving in Iraq alongside Americans.
Monday, November 1, 2004 – Doug leads a round table discussion on the 2004 election season. He is joined by Professor Matthew Burbank of the University of Utah Political Science Department; Dan Harrie, Senior Politics/Government Reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune; Richard Piatt, KSL Television's Government Specialist; and reporter Lisa Riley Roche of the Deseret News.