A new poll from the Utah Foundation of delegates to Saturday's state conventions holds good news for Orrin Hatch, Gary Herbert and Mia Love [Utah Policy, Tribune, ABC 4, Deseret News].
45% of Republican primary voters in Utah's 2nd Congressional District remain undecided on whom to support in a wide field of candidates [Tribune].
Gov. Herbert is spending freely ahead of the GOP State Convention in his bid for another term in office [Deseret News, KSL].
Utah GOP officials try to end a big dispute over electronic voting ahead of Saturday's state convention [Tribune].
Utah County Republicans still have not replaced Rep. Stephen Sandstrom who resigned his seat in the Legislature to run for Congress [Daily Herald].
Former Gov. Mike Leavitt throws his support behind Dave Clark in the race for Utah's 2nd Congressional District [Deseret News].
A revised lawsuit challenging Utah's liquor laws no longer mentions the LDS Church [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].
Minority lawyers advocate for more representation within Utah's judicial branch [Tribune].
Clean-air advocates oppose plans to expand Tesoro's oil refinery in Salt Lake City [Tribune].
Residents tell the Canyons Board of Education there needs to be an investigation into the management style of Superintendent David Doty who is facing allegations of creating an atmosphere of intimidation [Deseret News, Tribune].
Two State School Board incumbents fail to pass a committee designed to recommend candidates to be put on the ballot [Tribune].
Watch our interview with Joey Hood, Acting Undersecretary for Iranian Affairs with the U.S. State Department [Utah Policy].