10th Utah Senate District

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Map of the 10th Utah Senate District.

The 10th Utah Senate District is located in West Jordan, South Jordan and Herriman. It includes Utah House Districts 41, 42, 47, and 50 and 52. The current State Senator representing the 10th district is Aaron Osmond. Osmond was elected to the Utah Senate in 2011.

Previous Utah State Senators (District 10)[edit]

Further information: List of Utah State Legislatures
Name Party Term
Chris Buttars Republican 2002–2011
L. Alma Mansell Republican 1995–2002
Arnold Christensen Republican 1979–1994
M. James Macfarlane Democratic 1973–1979
Edward T. Beck Democratic 1969–1972
Carl R. Clark Republican 1967
Vernon L. Holman Democratic 1961–1965
Royal T. Harward Republican 1957–1959
H. Roland Tietjen Republican 1953–1955
Lewis H. Larsen Republican 1949–1951
W. Wallace Houston Republican 1945–1947
McKinley Morrill Republican 1941–1943
Silas E. Tanner Democratic 1937–1939
William T. Owens 1929–1931
D.H. Robinson 1925–1927
H.C. Tebbs 1921–1923
Quince Kimball 1917–1919
Joseph Eckersley 1913–1915
R.W. Sevy 1909–1911
Willis Johnson 1901–1907
Isaac K. Wright 1897–1899
John F. Chidester Democrat 1896

Election results[edit]

2004 General Election[edit]

Utah State Senate election, 2004
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican D. Chris Buttars 21,866 64.9
Democratic Joey R. Foote 11,822 35.1
Write In Randy L. Browning 6 0.0

2008 General Election Results[edit]

Note: Official results 11-19-08.[1]

District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes  % Change from 2004
10 Republican D. Chris Buttars (West Jordan) Winner



Constitution Steve Maxfield 2,128 5.33%
Democratic John Rendell 17,986 45.07%
Republican D. Chris Buttars 19,766 49.53%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 11-19-08 Official Results - SL County Clerk

External links[edit]