Happy Tuesday. You may not be able to pronounce his name. Yet. But Pete Buttigieg is on the rise. In the span of 11 weeks, the South Bend mayor has risen from the bottom of the pack to a slot in the top tier of the 2020 Democratic field. Can it last? [Politico] Also, if you missed it, a profile of Buttigieg that’s worth a read. [NYMag]

Topping the news: Ahead of a scheduled campaign visit to Utah, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren discusses public land conservation including reinstating the original Bear Ears National Monument as part of her campaign platform. [Trib][DNews]

-> Two Utah cities will pilot ranked choice voting after four other cities backed out of the program to test the new voting system. [Trib][Fox13]

Tweets of the day: From @SteveSaldivar: “You don’t win a Pulitzer Prize without the help of people coming forward to share their story. Often putting themselves at risk. They’re names are often not in the story, but as @latimesharriet says, ‘we could not have done it without them.’”

-> By @BySteveReilly: “Most Pulitzer Prize winners today will celebrate with their colleagues, families and friends. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo remain in prison for their work exposing the systematic expulsion and murder of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.”

Happy Birthday: to Ann Romney and to Derek Miller, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber.

In other news: Tax day was Monday, here is a sum up of useful information for those expecting refunds or those who have filed for an extension. [Trib][ABC4]

-> FlixBus, a German company which launched in the United States last year, has announced it will now provide service from Salt Lake City to las Vegas. Tickets, currently only $4.99, will be on sale until May 3 after that date they will increase to $14.99 or $19.99. [Trib][ABC4]

-> A Louisiana native who mistakenly applied to Salt Lake Community College instead of South Louisiana Community College received a free trip to Salt Lake City from an anonymous donor and took a tour of Utah’s SLCC campus. [Trib][Fox13]

-> A mumps outbreak in Sanpete County has prompted health officials to bar children who have not received the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine from attending school or school activities until May 5 at the earliest. [Trib]

-> A newly elected top prosecutor in Utah County vows to reform the justice system starting with changing the way the department handles low level offenders. [Trib]

-> Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson vows to find solution to winter congestion in Big and Little Cottonwood canyons by the ski season of 2020-2021. [DNews]

-> Pat Bagley illustrates our lady of liberty’s vantage point. [Trib]

Nationally: Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders appeared on a Fox News hosted Town Hall and held his own despite criticism from liberals for agreeing to participate in an event hosted by a conservatively bent network. [Politico][NYTimes]

-> Sanders released 10 years of tax returns showing increased income from his presidential campaign in 2016 and subsequent book sales showing places him among the nation’s top 1 percent of earners. [WaPost][Politico][NYTimes]

-> As President Trump prepares for a 2020 re-election campaign, verbal attacks against Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar are reminiscent of the Muslim stigmatization employed during his 2016 campaign. [NYTimes]

-> Trump’s attorneys have threatened legal action against an accounting firm if it releases the president’s financial statements following a subpoena for the records from House Oversight and Reform Committee. [Politico]

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