Bill Clinton and George W. Bush visit Utah [Tribune].
Clinton holds a fundraiser that brought in $110,000 for Ben McAdams [Utah Policy].
Add Condoleeza Rice to the list of big name Republicans coming to Utah to campaign for Mia Love [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].
Peter Cooke runs to the right, distancing himself from the national Democratic party on same-sex marriage and abortion [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald].
A Senate panel balks at one of Gary Herbert’s judicial nominees [Utah Policy].
Lawmakers say they won’t back down on federal land policy to keep the Outdoor Retailers show in Utah [KUTV].
Some lawmakers say it’s unlikely that the Legislature will discuss an electronic employee verification system for Utah come January’s session [Tribune].
The Canyons ski resort unveils the proposed location of the proposed Ski Link project connecting that area with Solitude [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is set to announce the architectural firm selected to design the proposed mega-theater in downtown [Tribune].
The Salt Lake County Council is set to discuss new regulations for tobacco shops [Deseret News].