In debate round #3, Jim Matheson and Mia Love trade barbs over their records and whether they are fit to serve in Congress [Tribune].
The Auditor’s race between John Dougall and Mark Sage is getting a bit testy [Tribune].
Utah removed 70,000 people from the state’s voter rolls, which might hurt Republicans at the polls [Utah Policy].
Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher drops his remaining appeals [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Salt Lake County Mayoral candidate Mark Crockett has been ordered to return some of his campaign donations because they exceeded the legal limit [Tribune].
Our insiders are split down party lines over who will win Wednesday’s presidential debate [Utah Policy].
A rift over education policy is growing among Utah’s Republicans [Tribune].
Some are still raising questions about the story of Mia Love’s immigrant parents [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Former Gov. Mike Leavitt continues his work preparing for Mitt Romney’s possible transition to the White House [Tribune].
Utah is one of the more lenient states when it comes to allowing felons to vote and hold elected office [Tribune].