You’re gonna want to see this - Utah’s delegation to the Republican National Convention sings “Call Me Maybe” [Utah Policy].
Gov. Gary Herbert and Attorney General candidate John Swallow have huge fundraising leads heading into the final two months of the campaign [Tribune].
Attack ads hit the airwaves in the race for Utah’s 4th Congressional District [Deseret News].
There is a disconnect between some of Utah’s Democrats and the party’s stance on same-sex marriage [Tribune].
Democrats thought about holding four one-day conventions in swing states instead of one four-day convention in Charlotte [ABC 4].
Apparently Chris Vanocur has a bit of a death wish [ABC 4].
Utah Transit Authority officials spent more than $600,000 traveling around the world over the past 18 months [Tribune].
A judge rules Utah’s rules for getting a citizen’s initiative on the ballot do not infringe on free speech [Tribune].
An official for UTOPIA says the fiber-optic network will be out of money by the end of September [Standard-Examiner].
A lawsuit over an article written by Mike Winder under the pen name “Richard Burwash” goes before a judge [Tribune].