This Utah Physician Hopes To Give Jason Chaffetz Some ‘Strong Medicine’ In 2018 In just two days, Kathryn Allen raised about $200,000 in her campaign against the GOP congressman. WASHINGTON — By dismissing an angry crowd of constituents as paid, out-of-state protesters last month, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) helped convince a very real constituent in the audience that it was time to run for office. And when the congressman said Tuesday that low-income Americans shouldn’t buy iPhones if they are unable to afford coverage under the new GOP health care law, he may very well have ensured he’ll have a viable challenger come 2018. Kathryn Allen, a Democrat and family physician from Cottonwood Heights, Utah, had been toying with the idea of running against Chaffetz, whom she recently described as a “terrible excuse for a public servant.” But it was Chaffetz’s iPhone blunder, Allen’s public response and the explosive groundswell of support — and funding — she received afterward that provided the final boost. This Utah Physician Hopes To Give Jason Chaffetz Some 'Strong Medicine' In 2018 | The Huffington Post I hope this Kathryn Allen blasts him right out of office.