The final presidential debate is tonight [Politico].
The Salt Lake Tribune endorses Barack Obama over Mitt Romney [Tribune].
Peter Cooke and Gary Herbert disagree over whether Cooke agreed to not bring up the UDOT bid scandal during the campaign [Tribune].
Cooke says he would veto a proposal to teach sex education to parents if he is elected [Deseret News].
Democrats say a public service announcement by Herbert is more of a campaign ad on the taxpayer dime [KUTV].
Orrin Hatch and Scott Howell are taking a sharper tone in their second time facing each other for U.S. Senate [Tribune, Deseret News].
Utah's 2nd Congressional District contest is not getting much attention this year [KSL].
Today is the last day to register to vote, early voting starts tomorrow [Tribune].
The race in House District 30 features two incumbent legislators - Republican Fred Cox and Democrat Janice Fisher [Tribune].
What's at stake when residents vote on incorporating Milcreek? [Tribune]