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Ken Larsen

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Ken Larsen
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Candidate for
Governor of Utah
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Ken Larsen was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of Utah in the 2012 elections. He ran on a ticket with attorney Rob Latham.[1]

Larsen, a resident of Salt Lake City, is retired.[2]



See also: Utah gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012

Larsen was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of Utah, running on a ticket with Rob Latham.[1] In the general election on November 6, the pair lost to Republican incumbents Gary Herbert & Greg Bell, Democrats Peter Cooke & Vince Rampton and Constitution Party candidate Kirk Pearson & Tim Alders.[3]

Governor of Utah General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Peter Cooke and Vince Rampton 27.7% 253,514
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngGary Herbert and Greg Bell Incumbent 68.4% 624,678
     Libertarian Ken Larsen and Rob Latham 2.2% 19,956
     Constitution Kirk Pearson and Tim Alders 1.7% 15,548
Total Votes 913,696
Election Results via State of Utah (dead link).

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Larsen lost the election to the position of Governor of Utah in 2012. During that election cycle, Larsen raised a total of $260.

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