With the first-in-the-nation caucuses just three weeks away, many in Iowa are still trying to make up their minds. The level of uncertainty, verging on anxiety and even panic for some caucusgoers, reflects the stakes for Democrats as they feel the pressure to select a nominee who can beat President Donald Trump. [NYTimes]

Happy Tuesday!

Topping the news: Rep. Rob Bishop announced Monday he will not run for governor and instead endorsed Thomas Wright, a fellow former Utah Republican Party Chairman. [Trib] [KUTV] [ABC4] [DNews]

-> At least 24 Utah communities have pledged to receive power from net-100% renewable energy by 2030 through a partnership with Rocky Mountain Power. [Trib]

-> The Utah Driver License Division can’t find updated addresses for 76,000 redesigned driver licenses. Without the new gold star, drivers won’t be able to use their licenses for identification at airports starting Oct. 1. [Trib]

-> About one in four women surveyed in a recent poll said she had been sexually assaulted in her lifetime — but those rates are probably low, experts say. [Trib]

Tweets of the day: From @aedwardslevy: "ELECTION TRIVIUM nevada is the first state without an "i" in it to hold a primary or caucus"

-> From @SenSchumer: “Republicans are so unwilling to argue against witnesses that they can only support delaying the decision. They are like a broken magic eight-ball that keeps saying: ‘Ask again later.’ Make no mistake: Democrats will force votes on witnesses and documents in a Senate trial."

-> From @senatemajldr: “If House Democrats were confident their own investigation was persuasive, they would not be so desperate to get the Senate to reopen it. The House has signaled they’re afraid for the Senate to judge the case they will actually send us. The case they voted for.”

In other news: Abby Huntsman is quitting “The View” to be a senior adviser on her father Jon Huntsman’s campaign for Utah governor. [Trib] [CNN]

-> Members of Utah’s homeless community and activists respond after a Jan. 4 protest in downtown Salt Lake City led to the arrests of 17 demonstrators. [Trib]

-> In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sen. Mike Lee said Trump administration officials hadn’t told him or his colleagues about Iran targeting four U.S. embassies as justification for the air strike that killed a top military leader there. [DNews]

-> The Catholic League For Religious and Civil Rights argues against Rep. Angela Romero’s bill that would force clergy to report disclosures of abuse, saying any legislation that would encroach on the rights of religion "is gearing up for a court fight.” [Fox13] [KUTV]

-> Scientists will begin testing Utah’s first medical marijuana crops for THC and contaminants. [ABC4] [DNews]

-> Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke outlines how to beat Greg Hughes in the gubernatorial race. [Trib]

Nationally: New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker dropped out of the Democratic presidential race after his platform of peace and unity failed to resonate with voters who wanted a more aggressive opponent to challenge Trump. [NYTimesviaTrib]

-> Sen. Elizabeth Warren says fellow Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders told her in December 2018 that he didn’t believe a woman could win the presidency. [CNN] [NYTimes]

-> Iran’s fears of an economic crisis seems to be discouraging the country from escalating hostilities with the United States. [NYTimes]

-> Top Senate Republicans have rejected Trump’s call for immediate dismissal of impeachment charges. [WaPost]

-> Trump fueled the controversy over his administration’s justification for killing Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani, saying Monday it "doesn’t really matter” whether it was in response to an imminent threat to the United States. [WaPost]

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