The Republican National Convention is delayed because of tropical storm Issac, but that doesn’t mean Utah’s delegation didn’t have fun at the event’s opening party [Utah Policy].
Some Utah delegates to the RNC are worried the party’s hard-line stance on immigration will cause Latino voters to turn away [Tribune].
Utahns at the RNC are scoring some perks because of the state’s ties to Mitt Romney [KSL].
Gayle Ruzicka makes her fifth trip to the Republican National Convention [Utah Policy].
Two women who were passed over by a selection committee to be nominees for the State School Board are suing the state [Tribune].
Mark Crockett responds to Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon’s op-ed critical of Crockett’s assertion that the county is in debt [Tribune].
Latino candidates in Utah look to mobilize a group of voters who haven’t voted in big numbers in the past [Deseret News].
Paul Rolly says the showdown over the nomination of Su Chon in the Utah Senate highlights a huge problem with the way judges are confirmed [Tribune].
Rocky Anderson says he doesn’t have a prayer of winning the presidential election in November [Deseret News].
Opponents of Sunday sales in Highland work to educate voters ahead of November [Daily Herald].