Utah - Mitt Romney’s campaign has opened headquarters in state after
state over the past year, only to shutter them weeks later after the
primary race there ended.
That is not the case in Utah, even
though it is probably the safest on Romney’s electoral map and there is
little need for organizing locally. Campaign officials consider the
state - with its prime location, its large number of highly motivated
volunteers, and a population that shares Romney’s Mormon faith - a
staging area for battles across the country, particularly in Western
swing states such as Colorado and Nevada.