Sen. Orrin Hatch says he will campaign full time ahead of the Utah Republican State Convention, meaning he will miss two weeks of his Senate duties [Tribune].
Hatch did well on caucus night, but the race for the GOP nomination isn't over yet [Utah Policy].
An analysis shows about 7 out of every 8 Republican delegates elected this year are newcomers [Tribune].
There are two debates scheduled for the Republican U.S. Senate candidates [ABC 4].
Four Republican legislative candidates have already won their contests as they are running unopposed [Tribune, Daily Herald].
The State Elections Office refuses a request to disqualify Gov. Gary Herbert from the ballot as opponents say he broke the law by using a PAC and a personal campaign account to finance his campaign in 2010 [Tribune].
Sen. Mike Lee meets with Mitt Romney, but still has not endorsed the presidential candidate [Tribune].
The Utah Foundation releases their survey of top issues for Utah voters [Utah Policy].
The Salt Lake Library will start filtering public internet access [Tribune].
Check out this week's video podcast [Utah Policy].