Listen to our Friday Utah political news roundup with Managing Editor Bryan Schott and Contributing Editor Bob Bernick.
It’s the final weekend before the Utah primary elections and several campaigns are getting nasty in the final days.
The Republicans running for governor have raised and spent millions of dollars on the effort. They are also taking radically different approaches to advertising and media.
You’ll have to wait a little longer to get the first wave of results on election day, mostly because of a fear that voters may try to game the system.
Utah’s coronavirus cases are exploding. Gov. Gary Herbert has paused lifting any more restrictions and will let some counties mandate face coverings.
We discuss how the candidates for governor have politicized the effort to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Our latest polling shows Utahns believe things in the U.S. are out of control. Most Utahns say race relations in America are in poor shape.
Plus, President Donald Trump has resorted to using some interesting grammar.
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