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Mitt Romney announces bid for Utah's Senate seat

Rival candidate for the Senate seat, Democrat Jenny Wilson, said Utah deserves someone who belongs to the state, referencing's Romney's birth in Michigan, time as governor of Massachusetts and his ownership of homes in California and New Hampshire.

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I am running for United States Senate to serve the people of Utah and bring Utah's values to— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) February 16, 2018 Feb16 (UPI) -- Former Massachusetts GovMitt Romney announced Friday he will run for the Utah Senate seat vacated by SenOrrin Hatch's retirement. The 2012 GOP presidential nominee helped reorganize the 2002 Olympics Games in Salt Lake City, an accomplishment, Romney touted in an announcement video.

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