Orrin Hatch crushes Dan Liljenquist, virtually assuring him another term in Washington [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4, Daily Herald, Standard-Examiner, KSL, KUTV].
As expected, Mitt Romney cruises to an easy win in Utah's presidential primary [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4].
Mark Crockett holds a narrow 239-vote lead over Mike Winder for Salt Lake County Mayor, but a recount is likely [Tribune, KSL, ABC 4].
John Swallow overwhelms Sean Reyes in the Attorney General race [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald].
Donna McAleer bests Ryan Combe for the right to face Rob Bishop in the 1st Congressional District in November [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4, Standard-Examiner, Park Record].
John Dougall ousts longtime Auditor Auston Johnson for the GOP nomination [Tribune, Daily Herald, ABC 4].
Rep. Brad Daw loses his primary fight against Dana Layton [Daily Herald].
Turnout was higher than expected for the Utah GOP primary [Tribune].
What lessons can we learn from Tuesday's primary elections? [Utah Policy]
Rep. Jim Matheson says he intends to vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress [Tribune, Deseret News].
The Summit County Council votes to ban fireworks this year [Park Record].
Many of the new liquor licenses approved by lawmakers last week were immediately snapped up by businesses [Tribune].