Rick Santorum drops out of the presidential race, essentially giving the nomination to Mitt Romney [Politico].
Romney's campaign is a historic moment for the LDS Church [Tribune].
With Romney at the top of the ticket, it could be a nightmare scenario for Utah's Democrats [Tribune].
Romney's supporters say the easy part of the presidential race is now over [Deseret News].
Newt Gingrich's check for his filing fee to get on the ballot in Utah bounced [Tribune, KSL].
FreedomWorks says they are not pulling out of the effort to unseat Orrin Hatch ahead of the GOP state convention [Tribune].
Financial reports show Dan Liljenquist has spent more than $300,000 of his own money to run against Hatch. Democrat Jim Matheson has nearly $1 million to spend on his campaign [Tribune].
A nursing home group has donated $175,000 to the Utah Republican Party, which helped to boost turnout at the party caucus meetings last month [Tribune].
Utah Republicans weigh selecting two different sets of delegates for their state conventions [Utah Policy].
Utah's Democrats try to make political hay out of a security breach at the Utah Department of Health that exposed the personal information of more than 800,000 Utahns [ABC 4, Tribune].
A group of property owners wants the Utah County Commission to place their land in an agricultural protection zone as an alternative to plans to re-route the Provo River [Tribune].
Social media is exploding over allegations that they are being ejected from the City Creek shopping center for what they're wearing [ABC 4].