SALT LAKE CITY — When it became apparent that Donald Trump would win the Republican presidential nomination, Andy Rasmussen’s path seemed clear: he resigned his GOP leadership position in northern Utah and left the party to become an unaffiliated voter.
Now Rasmussen and thousands of Utah Republicans wary of Trump are left scrambling to settle on a candidate of choice come Election Day.
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