Orrin Hatch has a nearly 13-1 financial advantage over Dan Liljenquist ahead of June's primary [Tribune].
Hatch campaign staffers missed out on a $5,000 bonus when he failed to avoid a primary [Utah Policy].
Another look at the shenanigans that took place in the 2nd Congressional district race at Saturday's state convention [Tribune].
There are a few legislative primary elections coming up in June [Utah Policy].
Eight Republicans are vying to replace Rep. Stephen Sandstrom in the legislature [Daily Herald].
Zions Bank backs away from a business group supporting the Ski Link proposal, saying executives who joined the coalition did so as individuals, not as representatives of the company [Tribune].
Organizers for the Outdoor Retailers trade show considers leaving Salt Lake City [Tribune, Fox 13].
Governors from four western states are coming to Salt Lake City on Friday to discuss public lands issues [ABC 4].
Some odd multi-million dollar donations from Provo to the Mitt Romney campaign prompt a complaint with the Federal Election Commission [Fox 13].
A report on air pollution levels gives seven Utah counties failing grades [Tribune].