Greg Peterson, the GOP activist and fundraiser accused of multiple rapes, has been found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound [Tribune, Deseret News].
Democrat Donna McAleer hits Republican Rob Bishop over earmarks during a radio debate [Tribune].
Utah Democrats launch a campaign against “straight ticket” voting [Fox 13].
Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says Mitt Romney could win the popular vote but might lose the election [Utah Policy].
Utah may soon offer license plates that say “In God We Trust” [Tribune].
Utah wanted began the effort to force voters to show ID at the polls before it was cool [City Weekly].
The Salt Lake City Council approves two new ordinances on how historic districts can be used to restrict development [Tribune].
Paul Rolly says there’s something screwy about how Sen. Karen Mayne was removed from the Senate Business and Labor Committee by Senate President Michael Waddoups [Tribune].
Utah’s largest counties continue to create jobs, but wages are still far behind the national average [Tribune].
Cab companies are offering free rides to take voters to the polls [Tribune].