Mitt Romney wins primary elections in New York, Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania [Politico].
Bob Bernick tries to make sense of the chaos from Saturday's 2nd Congressional district race at the state GOP convention [Utah Policy].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker gives his budget address, expecting revenues to increase [Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13].
Rep. Jim Matheson says he's not worried about facing Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love in November's election [Daily Herald].
Orrin Hatch and Dan Liljenquist's campaigns are already sparring over the number of debates they'll have ahead of June's primary [Utah Policy].
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says Utah's effort to regain control of public lands away from the feds is nothing more than a political ploy [Tribune].
A group of business and political leaders get behind SkiLink as long as the project is done responsibly [Tribune, ABC 4,
A number of environmental organizations blast Utah's efforts to gain control of roads across public lands is costly and a waste of time [Deseret News, ABC 4, KSL].
The Alliance for a Better Utah says UDOT executive director John Njord should be fired for playing politics with the firing and reinstatement of wrongly-accused whistleblower Denise Graham [Tribune, KSL, Deseret News].
The Jordan School District now has ads on some school buses [Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13].
LDS Church leader Z. Craig Zwick used his LDS Church email account to solicit campaign contributions for Mitt Romney [Tribune].
The Summit County Health Department is going paperless with restaurant inspections [Park Record].