Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott analyze the week that was in Utah politics.
Utah Democrats thwart an attempt to punish two superdelegates who support Hillary Clinton. Instead, Democrats passed a non-binding resolution calling for the party to do away with the superdelegate system.
The state Republican Party is considering endorsing candidates in primary races, something a few county parties are already doing.
Jonathan Johnson launches his first TV ads in his primary race against Gary Herbert and, boy are they negative. Will the two gubernatorial candidates debate before the primary election later this month?
The Salt Lake Tribune gets a new owner, which is a great thing for news coverage in the state.
Plus, an ill-informed discussion of why the Utah GOP is like the “Faith Militant” from Game of Thrones.