Controversy erupts ahead of the GOP State Convention over electronic voting. One candidate is threatening to sue to keep the system from being used [Tribune, Deseret News].
45% of Republican voters are still undecided in Utah's 2nd Congressional District race [Tribune].
Candidates for U.S. Senate face off in southern Utah [Tribune].
A number of Republicans call their shot for Saturday's state convention [Utah Policy].
Jon Huntsman loans his failed presidential campaign another $1.5 million to help pay outstanding debts [Tribune].
Utah's Washington delegation is outraged by plans from environmentalists to turn the Arizona Strip into a national monument [KSL].
Four incumbents on the State School Board were passed out by a committee tasked with recommending candidates to the Governor. The committee will vote on the remaining candidates today [Tribune].
A group of activists gathered enough signatures to put a non-binding resolution on Salt Lake City's ballot in November over the influence of corporate money in politics [Tribune].
A candidate for the Canyons School District Board of Education launches an online petition calling for an investigation into allegations of intimidation by District Superintendent David Doty [KSL].
Utah's "wage gap" between men and women is fourth-highest in the nation [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is heading to Germany to discuss green policies for cities [Tribune].