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Bagley caption contest winner

Published December 9, 2012 6:03 pm
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Congratulations to Ken Larsen of Salt Lake City, winner of The Salt Lake Tribune's cartoon caption contest this week.

Thanks to all who submitted captions. The winners and the runners-up were chosen by the newspaper's political cartoonist, Pat Bagley, who draws the contest cartoons.

We invite you to enter the contest next Sunday when we publish a new Bagley cartoon in search of a caption and instructions on how to send us your entries.

Here are the runners-up

"Yeah, but where do you stand on labor. I heard you were pro-Union."

G.J. LaBonty

West Jordan

"Compromise for Lincoln was a stretch, too."

Maxine Gonzales


"I must say, Mr. Lincoln, it's a mighty tall order you left us with."

Janet Heyn

Salt Lake City

"Size doesn't matter."

Bruin Hopkins


"He's no threat. He doesn't even have a PAC."

Steve Kadel







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