Most legislative incumbents have outraised their opponents by a huge margin by raking in cash from special interests [Tribune].
Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice visits Utah to stump for Mia Love [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald].
Mitt Romney’s campaign has spent more than $1 at Marriott hotels during the campaign [Tribune].
Utah Democrats did not get as many perks at their national convention as their Republican counterparts [Tribune].
Gov. Gary Herbert plans to establish a new ombudsman position to deal with allegations of cronyism in the Department of Corrections [Tribune].
A case over access to records related to a possible campaign finance scandal involving the now defunct Envision Ogden organization is stuck in court [Tribune].
There’s something awfully familiar about the LDS Church’s push to show Mormons are politically diverse [Utah Policy].
Young Utahns accused of crimes are more likely to go to court if they are minorities [Tribune].
Salt Lake County Councilman Randy Horiuchi talks about his recovery from a stroke [KSL].
A study of safety records find hundreds of violations at Utah oil refineries [Tribune].