Today is the last day to switch party registration in order to be able to vote in the June Republican primary [Tribune].
Utah's conservative lawmakers are suffering from the "Orrin Hatch effect" - having their electoral futures hurt by an influx of moderate delegates from this year's caucus meetings [Tribune].
McKay Christensen ends his hunger strike to force Orrin Hatch to debate Dan Liljenquist more [Tribune, ABC 4].
Dan Liljenquist fights for name recognition ahead of June's primary [Deseret News].
Our political insiders expect outside and anonymous money to have a big effect on this year's elections [Utah Policy].
The ACLU wants information on how Utah law enforcement agencies are using new license plate scanning technology [Standard-Examiner].
A new report says recreation on public lands drives long-term economic development [Tribune].
AARP names Jon Huntsman one of the "Sexiest Men on the Planet" [Tribune].
The UTA and Salt Lake City are haggling over the agency's plan to drop free bus service downtown [Tribune].
Ever wonder who the Avengers would vote for? We've got your answers [Utah Policy]