FreedomWorks endorses Mia Love and Dan Liljenquist. The group also promises to spend big in Utah's elections [Tribune, Daily Herald, Deseret News].
The races for U.S. Senate and Utah's 4th Congressional district hold tons of intrigue [Utah Policy].
Gov. Gary Herbert scolds UDOT boss John Njord over the firing and re-hiring of Denise Graham, but says he will not fire the transportation boss [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4].
There are still some hard feelings between Carl Wimmer and Stephen Sandstrom [Tribune].
Utah GOP Chairman Thomas Wright says he will follow-through with a promised investigation into shenanigans during the vote for the 2nd Congressional district at the state convention [Deseret News].
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal stops in Utah, says another term for Barack Obama would be bad for the energy industry [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Despite helping to craft the law in 1994, Orrin Hatch votes against the "Violence Against Women Act" [Tribune].
The fake organization behind 2010's notorious "Temple Mailer" at the Utah GOP state convention has to register with the Federal Election Commission and pay a fine, but that's the extent of any punishment [Tribune].
Highland wants residents there to decide whether businesses can be open on Sunday [Tribune].
Utah's Arizona-style immigration law's fate is hinging on how the Supreme Court ultimately rules on that state's law [Tribune].
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