Dan Liljenquist says Orrin Hatch is dodging him by refusing to debate. Hatch's campaign disagrees [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Former Salt Lake City Mayor Ted Wilson remembers how a visit from Ronald Reagan hurt him in his 1982 Senate race against Hatch [Utah Policy].
Some Republicans in Utah's 2nd Congressional District are so upset by the shenanigans that happened at the state convention, they're looking to help Democrat Jay Seegmiller win that race [Tribune].
Speaking of those shenanigans that resulted in Chris Stewart winning the nomination...there's some troubling timing surrounding a couple of letters to GOP delegates [Tribune].
More than half of the Utah County delegation in the House could be freshmen during the 2013 session [Utah Policy].
Legislators consider some privacy issues that may arise when interns use their personal cell phones for legislative work [Deseret News].
New Census numbers say the LDS Church is the fastest growing Christian faith in America, but Muslims are gaining followers even faster [Tribune, Deseret News].
Jon Hunstman will hit the campaign trail for Mitt Romney [Deseret News].
Americans Elect, the group holding an online presidential nominating contest, says potential candidates - including former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson - aren't getting any traction [Tribune].
A Colorado group says some counties in Utah, Colorado and Wyoming may have held illegal closed-door meetings to plot against a federal effort to stop oil shale development [Tribune].
Police reports say Secret Service agents were investigated for a pair of sexual assaults in Provo ahead of the 2002 Olympics [Daily Herald].