Americans don’t have to agree on everything. We never have. But when it comes to religion, we strive to be accepting of everyone around us. That’s because we need each other. And we know that it so often takes a village — or a ward — working together to build the change we hope to see.
To be clear: Mrs. Clinton is not saying anything new here. She remains a pro-choice, big-government liberal with little that will appeal to Utah Republicans.
But on the heels of national news stories and polls about how Utah could be in play because Mormon Republicans are particularly opposed to Trump compared to churchgoing evangelical Protestants, Clinton is wise to at least make a play for Utah’s six electoral votes.