Local Headlines 11-7-18

Deseret News

Op-ed: Dan Jones was the truest of public servants

Editorial: Voters have spoken. What will your term in office bring?

Utahns back independent panel to combat gerrymandering

Rep. John Curtis leading in Utah’s 3rd District race

Democratic challenger Shireen Ghorbani concedes in Utah’s District 2 race to Rep. Chris Stewart

Mitt Romney is headed to Washington after all — as U.S. senator for Utah

2 of 3 Utah constitutional amendments poised to pass

Salt Lake County sheriff, district attorney poised to win re-election

Voters reject nonbinding question for gas tax hike to help fund education

Democrats capture some Utah legislative seats held by GOP but most incumbent lawmakers re-elected

Election night: For state cybersecurity team, it’s the Super Bowl

Wife of North Ogden Mayor, soldier Brent Taylor calls husband’s service a ‘sacred honor’

McAdams leads Love in tight battle for 4th District seat

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Soldier-statesman Brent Taylor fought for what’s right

Ben McAdams leads Mia Love, but says it may take days of ballot counting to call winner

Mr. Romney is going to Washington

Dem D.A. Sim Gill, Sheriff Rosie Rivera poised for victory in Salt Lake County; GOP keeps council control

Voters favor proposed constitutional amendment empowering lawmakers to call themselves into special session

Utahns approve medical marijuana as LDS Church, a Prop 2 foe, reaffirms backing for legislative approach

150,000 more Utahns poised to get medical coverage as voters OK Medicaid expansion

‘Obstacles that we couldn’t overcome’: Ballot question to boost gas tax for Utah schools falls short

Utah’s Bishop, Curtis, Stewart hold back Democratic challengers to keep their U.S. House seats

Democrats aren’t anywhere close to winning control in Utah’s state Capitol, but they’ll pick up seats

In San Juan County, it appears history has been made with a majority American Indian commission and conservative firebrand Phil Lyman wins a House seat


Weber County voters pick four new Utah House members, but one race is too close to call (Standard-Examiner)

Rep. Bishop easily wins ninth and final term in northern Utah U.S. House seat (Standard-Examiner)

Scott Jenkins keeps Weber County Commission all-GOP, beats democratic challenger (Standard-Examiner)

Logan mayor wants to withdraw from small modular nuclear reactor project (Logan Herald Journal)

Cache legislative races trending Republican (Logan Herald Journal)