Jim Matheson says Mia Love’s budget proposal would end federal funding for special education programs. Love says Matheson is using those students for political gain [Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13].
All five candidates for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District square off in Cedar City [Tribune].
There are some Legislative Republicans who are in danger of losing on November 6th [Utah Policy].
Utahns are knocking on doors for the presidential candidates in a number of swing states [Tribune].
Are the ads flooding Utah’s 4th Congressional District truthful? [KSL]
A number of voters are finding unfamiliar names on their ballots because of redistricting [Standard-Examiner].
An anonymous robocall is shaking up one Canyons School Board race [Deseret News, KSL].
The Utah Transit Authority’s budget proposal moves closer to borrowing $180 million for construction of FrontRunner and TRAX lines [Tribune].
Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher is moved to a Salt Lake City halfway house [Tribune, Deseret News].
The Utah Rivers Council is slamming state leaders for ignoring the effects of climate change [Deseret News, KSL].