Oops! Turns out Carl Wimmer has not been hired by the Nevada GOP as their political director [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald, KSL, Fox 13].
The debate between Orrin Hatch and Dan Liljenquist is set for June 15 [KSL].
Turnout for the June primary could be more than 25% [Utah Policy].
A new survey shows nearly 40% of Republican state delegates were dissatisfied with the outcome of the 2nd District Congressional contest [Tribune].
Democrat Peter Cooke says he can do a better job managing Utah than Gov. Gary Herbert [KUTV].
A candidate for Davis County commission says commissioners earn too much [Tribune].
The race for the Republican nomination for Salt Lake County Mayor is getting a little chippy in the final days [Utah Policy].
Trader Joe's is coming to Utah [Tribune, KSL, Fox 13, KUTV, ABC 4].
Visits to Utah's ski resorts dropped 10% last year [Tribune, Deseret News, Standard Examiner].
The LDS Church is complaining about a BBC interview with Jeffery R. Holland, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve, that they are describing as an "ambush interview" [City Weekly].