Even though he spent upwards of $10 million to win the GOP nomination this year, Orrin Hatch still has nearly $2 million left for the November election [Tribune].
Utah Democratic Party Chair Jim Dabakis says Hatch wants another term in Washington so badly he's "sold his soul" [Cache Valley Daily].
John Swallow is pulling in lots of campaign cash from out-of-state groups [Utah Policy].
The Utah Public Employees Association gives their endorsement to Gov. Gary Herbert [Tribune].
Rocky Anderson picks author and former gang member Luis Rodriguez as his running mate [Tribune, KUTV].
The Provo Municipal Council says, despite opposition from residents, they really can't do anything to stop the construction of a new 9-story building at the MTC [Daily Herald, Fox 13, City Weekly].
The Salt Lake City Council will reconsider Mayor Ralph Becker's proposal to allow more neighborhood bars [Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13].
Sales tax revenues for Salt Lake County are up nearly 8% in the first four months of this year [Tribune].
The Highland City Council votes 3-2 to allow businesses to open on Sunday [Deseret News].
Highland City is also slowing down on a controversial plan to change land use without changing the zoning, which could bring some much needed cash to city coffers [Daily Herald].