24th Utah Senate District

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Map of the 24th Utah Senate District.

The 24th Utah Senate District is located in Juab, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier, Tooele and Wayne Counties and includes Utah House Districts 1, 21, 67, 68, 69, 70 and 73. The current State Senator representing the 24th district is Ralph Okerlund, a Republican from Monroe who replaced Darin Peterson. Peterson opted not to pursue re-election in 2008 due to health concerns. Okerlund defeated Tobiah "Toby" Dillon (D) from Tooele City, and Benton L. Peterson (C) from Manti in the 2008 election.

Previous Utah State Senators (District 24)[edit]

Further information: List of Utah State Legislatures
Name Party Term
Darin Peterson Republican 2005–2009
Leonard M. Blackham Republican 2003–2004
Peter C. Knudson Republican 1999–2002
John P. Holmgren Republican 1985–1999
Miles Cap Ferry Republican 1973–1984
Ralph A. Preece Republican 1969–1972
Samuel J. Taylor Republican 1967

Election results[edit]

2008 General Election[edit]

Utah State Senate election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Ralph Okerlund 19,073 67.6
Democratic Tobiah Dillon 6,471 22.9
Constitution Benton L. Peterson 2,666 9.5

2006 General Election[edit]

Utah State Senate election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Darin G. Peterson 14,893 68.1
Democratic Don Foutz 5,173 23.7
Constitution Gary R. VanHorn 1,796 8.2

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