Dabakis, who has made it a custom to host live broadcasts during lunchtime at the Capitol, said he’d be more active with his newsletter, social media and website.
“Clearly, the war for a reasonable Utah has not been won,” he wrote. “I will continue to lead our army of 60,000 forward-looking people all across our beloved state.”
While he said generally he was optimistic about the state’s future, Dabakis suggested his frequent battles with Republicans weren’t over. He said he’d work to get like-minded candidates elected in November.
“I have never spoken a word in anger with another Senator,” Dabakis wrote. “That said, I still hope most of them get dethroned in their next election cycle.”