Count My Vote in the News
"And along that line, Kirk Jowers, head of the University of Utah Hinckley Institute of Politics and board member of Count My Vote, said that between he, former GOP Gov. Mike Leavitt and CMV’s main organizer, Rich McKeown, they had spoken to more than 30 legislators who, while publicly declining to support the initiative, privately told them it was critical that it pass."
"The Utah Republican Party should heed a warning from its party chairman, which is that there is an excellent chance that "Count My Vote," a bipartisan initiative that seeks to replace caucuses with direct primary votes, will succeed."
"The leading organization working to open up Utah's nominating system so that more voters can participate, "Count My Vote," has announced that it has raised over $500,000 to support the effort. This has put the issue back in the news."
september 18, 2013: count my vote launches initiative to change utah's primary elections (deseret news)
"Former Gov. Mike Leavitt and other supporters of the Count My Vote initiative filed the paperwork to begin collecting the nearly 102,000 signatures needed from voters around the state to put the issue on the November 2014 ballot."
September 18, 2013: count my vote starts drive to replace utah's election system (KSL)
"An initiative petition drive that would replace the state's unique caucus and convention system for selecting political party nominees was launched Wednesday at the state Capitol."