Jim Matheson goes negative against Mia Love in his ads [Utah Policy].
Both Love and Matheson are hitching their wagons to Mitt Romney’s campaign [Daily Herald].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz visits Libya to investigate the death of a U.S. ambassador [Tribune].
As Utah Policy first reported, Utah has taken more than 70,000 names off the voter rolls. Democrats say the move “smells fishy” [Tribune].
Ben McAdams and Mark Crockett debate SkiLink and the “Broadway-style” theater in downtown Salt Lake City [Tribune].
Crockett is under fire for using corporate logos in his campaign materials without actually securing the endorsement of those companies [Deseret News, Fox 13].
Martell Menlove, husband of Rep. Ronda Rudd Menlove, is named the new state superintendent [Daily Herald, Tribune].
Eagle Mountain officials are proposing the city join the United Fire Authority along with a small tax hike to battle rising costs from fighting fires [Daily Herald].
A Coalville woman gathers enough signatures to put a measure to roll back two Summit County tax hikes on the 2014 ballot [Park Record].
Salt Lake County needs more poll workers to help with early voting and next month’s election [Deseret News].