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Devin Thorpe next to address disability policy questions

JoLynne Lyon

09/24/2020

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Devin Thorpe, democratic Congressional candidate for Utah’s Third District, is next up an interview with the CPD’s policy team on Tuesday, September 29, from 11 to 11:30. You can view it on this link at that time.

The interview will focus on his stance on disability issues. 

“Getting to Know the Candidates: Disability Policy,” is a series of individual interviews with candidates up for election for a variety of offices. (Find a complete list of candidates who will be interviewed on our policy page. All interviews will be held over Zoom. Candidate interviews will also be archived on the CPD’s Policy page.)

Questions for all candidates will cover receiving a fair and appropriate education in the time of COVID-19; ways to increase the employment of Utahns with Disabilities during the pandemic; independent and accessible voting for people with disabilities; ways to better support service providers during the COVID-19 crisis; how to encourage the expansion of mental health services in Utah; and ensuring law enforcement officers are trained to handle situations involving people in a mental health crisis.

Devin Thorpe

Devin Thorpe was born in Provo, Utah. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah and a graduate degree from Cornell University. Thorpe's experience includes working as an author, speaker, journalist, chief financial officer, and as a founder with an investment bank.

As a Congressman, Thorpe promises to work hard to represent the people in Utah’s 3rd district. He has bold solutions that incorporate real Utah values to solve today’s issues. Thorpe is passionate about eradicating poverty, improving global health, and reversing climate change. He promises to put people first over party.

For more information on the candidate interviews, contact Aubrey Snyder.

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