- Governor appoints Hagen, Harris to the Utah Court of Appeals
- Utah Treasurer Damschen announces saving over $5 million taxpayer dollars
- Salt Lake Chamber receives Communications Excellence Award from the ACCE
- Sen. Lee applauds Senate passage of the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act
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Since Tanner Ainge was not registered to vote when he filed to run as a Republican in the special congressional election, could he be disqualified from running as a Republican?
Bryan Schott and Mike Winder make you the smartest person in the room when you discuss politics.
3rd District Republican candidate Tanner Ainge wasn't registered to vote in Utah when he filed to run for office, but his campaign says that's simply an oversight.
Never before has a legal opinion by Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes carried more weight on one day, and almost none the next.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz released a very disturbing voicemail left at his office from a man who threatened to kill him.
Gov. Gary Herbert and Utah lawmakers are squaring off over whether the process to elect a replacement for Rep. Jason Chaffetz is legal. Herbert has gone so far as to block the Attorney General from...
Speaking at his monthly news conference, Gov. Gary Herbert said it “would not be a problem” for him to call a special legislative session on election law, as long as it was clear lawmakers would only...
Who will win the unprecedented three-way Republican primary election in Utah's 3rd Congressional District in August? Chris Herrod, John Curtis or Tanner Ainge? Vote now.