Gary Herbert has raised more than $1.5 million for his re-election campaign. One out of every six dollars raised came from the energy industry [Tribune].
If Orrin Hatch is forced into a primary at Saturday's state convention, a new poll shows he would cruise to an easy victory [Tribune].
Another poll gives Herbert high marks from Utah voters, boosting his chances at another term [Tribune].
Mia Love could be a huge story for the GOP and a nightmare for Democrats [Utah Policy].
Hatch and the Tea Party affiliated group FreedomWorks are demanding apologies from each other as they continue sniping at each other ahead of Saturday's state convention [Tribune].
When nobody attended a GOP caucus meeting in Lehi, party rules allowed Carl Wimmer to pick up an extra delegate [Tribune].
A Utah Foundation study shows this year's crop of delegates are more in line with the majority of Utah voters [Utah Policy].
Sen. Curt Bramble has raised more than six-times as much money as his Republican challenger, Andrew Holmes [Daily Herald].
Oops! A video promoting some Utah GOP candidates for Congress contains some footage of the Occupy SLC protests that was used without permission [Tribune].
Springdale is the first southern Utah town to pass a non-discrimination ordinance that includes protections for gays and lesbians [Deseret News].
Eastern Utah counties call on the feds to keep federal lands open to oil shale exploration [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is turning Utah's capitol city a deep shade of green [City Weekly].