|Brad L. Dee|
|Member of the Utah House of Representatives
from the 11th district
January 1, 2003
|Constituency||State House, District 11|
|Born||May 5, 1950|
|Political party||Republican Party|
|Occupation||Human Resource Director|
|Religion||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)|
Bradley L. Dee (born May 5, 1950) is an American politician from Utah. He is a Republican member of the Utah State House, representing the state's 11th house district in Ogden. Since 2003, he serves as the Utah House Majority Leader.
Early Life and Career
Born May 5, 1950, Dee holds a B.A. in public relations from Weber State University and an M.A. in human resources from the University of Phoenix. Dee is a Latter-day Saint. He has previously served as a bishop in the LDS Church. He currently works as a human resources director and lives in Washington Terrace, Utah with his wife Marsha and five children.
Dee was first elected to the Utah House of Representatives in 2002 and began serving January 1, 2003. In 2012 he was re-elected the House of Representatives after beating Democratic candidate Pamela Udy with 68.1% of the vote.
During the 2014 General Session Dee was the House Majority leader and served on the Legislative Management Committee as well as the House Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Committee.
2014 Sponsored Legislation
|Bill Number||Bill Title||Status|
|HB0020S02||Emergency Vehicle Operator Duty of Care Revisions||Governor Signed - 4/1/2014|
|HB0155S01||Utah Communication Agency Network and Utah 911 Committee Amendments||Governor Signed - 4/1/2014|
|HB0188||Court Security Revisions||House/ filed - 3/13/2014|
|HB0382S02||Limited Purpose Local Government Entities Amendments||Governor Signed - 4/1/2014|
|HB0433||Peace Officer Merit Amendments||Governor Signed - 4/1/2014|
|HJR024||Joint Resolution Recognizing Weber State University's 125th Anniversary||House to Lieutenant Governor - 3/17/2014|
During the 2014 Legislative Session Dee sponsored and passed HB0155 Utah Communication Agency Network and Utah 911 Committee Amendments which better coordinated 911 calls and dispatch centers in Utah.
- Bradlee L. Dee at Public Background Checks
- "WHO IS BRAD L. DEE". repbraddee.com. Retrieved 13 February 2011.
- Deseret News, Dec. 20, 2013
- "Vote Smart Brad Dee". Retrieved April 13, 2014.
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- "Brad L. Dee". Utah House of Representatives. Retrieved April 13, 2014.
- "Brad Dee Bio". Retrieved April 13, 2014.
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