A poll from a pro-Orrin Hatch super PAC shows he may fall short of the 60% he needs to win the GOP nomination outright at the convention [Tribune].
A number of Utah lawmakers like to tout the state's role in the lawsuit against federal healthcare reform, but legal scholars say Utah's part was a minor one [Tribune].
UtahPolicy.com's political insiders expect Mike Winder and Richard Snelgrove to go to a primary in the race for the Republican nomination for Salt Lake County Mayor. Most Democrats expect Ben McAdams to win the Democratic nomination outright [Utah Policy].
One popular way for candidates to court delegates is free meals [Deseret News].
Utah is not quite the political ATM for Mitt Romney's campaign this cycle as it was in 2008 [Tribune].
A study from the Utah Foundation looks at how the priorities of Utah's political candidates line up against those of the state's voters [Utah Policy].
Civil rights attorney Brian Barnard thinks Utah's cities need to rethink their anti-panhandling ordinance [Tribune].
Occupy Salt Lake City moves their tents to Library Square [Tribune].
Some of the highest-paid state employees are psychiatrists at the Utah State Hospital [Tribune].
Students at the University of Utah are studying ways to help governments be more open [Tribune].