56th Utah State Legislature

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The 56th Utah State Legislature was elected Tuesday, November 2, 2004 and convened on Monday, January 17, 2005.

Dates of sessions[edit]

  • 2005 General Session: January 17, 2005 - March 2, 2005
  • 2005 First Special Session: April 19-20 2005
  • 2005 Second Special Session: November 9, 2005
  • 2006 General Session: January 16, 2006 - March 1, 2006
  • 2006 Third Special Session: May 24, 2006
  • 2006 Fourth Special Session: September 19, 2006

Leadership[edit]

Utah Senate[edit]

Majority (Republican) Leadership

  • Majority Leader: Peter C. Knudson (R-17)
  • Majority Whip: Dan R. Eastman (R-23)
  • Assistant Majority Whip: Beverly Evans (R-26)

Minority (Democratic) Leadership

  • Minority Leader: Mike Dmitrich (D-27)
  • Minority Whip: Gene Davis (D-3)
  • Assistant Minority Whip: Karen Hale (D-7)
  • Minority Caucus Manager: Ed Mayne (D-5)

Utah House of Representatives[edit]

Majority (Republican) Leadership

  • Majority Leader: Jeff Alexander (R-62)
  • Majority Whip: Stephen H. Urquhart (R-75)
  • Assistant Majority Whip: Ben C. Ferry (R-2)

Minority (Democratic) Leadership

  • Minority Leader: Ralph Becker (D-24)
  • Minority Whip: Brad King (D-69)
  • Assistant Minority Whip: Patricia Jones (D-40)
  • Minority Caucus Manager: Rosalind McGee (D-28)

Utah Senate[edit]

Make-up[edit]

Affiliation Members
  Republican Party 21
  Democratic Party 10
 Total
31
 Government Majority
11

Members[edit]

Name Party District Counties
Allen, Ron Democrat 12 Salt Lake, Tooele
Arent, Patrice M. Democrat 4 Salt Lake
Bell, Gregory S. Republican 22 Davis
Bramble, Curtis S. Republican 16 Utah
Buttars, D. Chris Republican 10 Salt Lake
Christensen, Allen M. Republican 19 Morgan, Summit, Weber
Davis, Gene Democrat 3 Salt Lake
Dmitrich, Mike Democrat 27 Carbon, Emery, Grand, San Juan, Utah
Eastman, Dan R. Republican 23 Davis
Evans, Beverly Ann Republican 26 Daggett, Duchesne, Summit, Uintah, Wasatch
Fife, Fred J. Democrat 1 Salt Lake
Goodfellow, Brent H. Democrat 12 Salt Lake, Tooele
Hale, Karen Democrat 7 Salt Lake
Hatch, Thomas V. Republican 28 Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane, Millard, Washington
Hellewell, Parley G. Republican 15 Utah
Hickman, John W. Republican 29 Washington
Hillyard, Lyle W. Republican 25 Cache, Rich
Jenkins, Scott K. Republican 20 Weber
Julander, Paula F. Democrat 2 Salt Lake
Killpack, Sheldon L. Republican 21 Davis
Knudson, Peter C. Republican 17 Box Elder, Cache, Tooele
Madsen, Mark B. Republican 13 Tooele, Utah
Mansell, L. Alma Republican 9 Salt Lake
Mayne, Ed Democrat 5 Salt Lake
McCoy, Scott D. Democrat 2 Salt Lake
Peterson, Darin G. Republican 24 Juab, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier, Tooele, Wayne
Stephenson, Howard A. Republican 11 Salt Lake, Utah
Thomas, David L. Republican 18 Davis, Weber
Valentine, John L. Republican 14 Utah
Waddoups, Michael G. Republican 6 Salt Lake
Walker, Carlene M. Republican 8 Salt Lake

Utah House of Representatives[edit]

Make-up[edit]

Affiliation Members
  Republican Party 56
  Democratic Party 19
 Total
75
 Government Majority
35

Members[edit]

Name Party District
Douglas C. Aagard Republican 15
Adams, J. Stuart Republican 16
Alexander, Jeff Republican 62
Allen, Sheryl L. Republican 19
Barrus, Roger E. Republican 18
Becker, Ralph Democrat 24
Bigelow, Ron Republican 32
Biskupski, Jackie Democrat 30
Bourdeaux, Duane E. Democrat 23
Bowman, DeMar Bud Republican 72
Buttars, Craig W. Republican 3
Buxton, D. Gregg Republican 12
Christensen, LaVar Republican 48
Clark, David Republican 74
Clark, Stephen D. Republican 63
Cosgrove, Tim M. Democrat 44
Cox, David N. Republican 56
Curtis, Greg J. Republican 49
Daw, Bradley M. Republican 60
Dayton, Margaret Republican 61
Dee, Brad L. Republican 11
Donnelson, Glenn A. Republican 7
Dougall, John Republican 27
Duckworth, Carl W. Democrat 22
Dunnigan, James A. Republican 39
Ferrin, James A. Republican 58
Ferry, Ben C. Republican 2
Fisher, Janice M. Democrat 29
Fisher, Julie Republican 17
Fowlke, Lorie D. Republican 59
Frank, Craig A. Republican 57
Gibson, Kerry W. Republican 6
Goodfellow, Brent H. Democrat 29
Gowans, James R. Democrat 21
Hansen, Neil A. Democrat 9
Hardy, Ann W. Republican 20
Harper, Wayne A. Republican 43
Hendrickson, Neal B. Democrat 33
Hogue, David L. Republican 52
Holdaway, Kory M. Republican 34
Hughes, Gregory H. Republican 51
Hunsaker, Fred R. Republican 4
Hutchings, Eric K. Republican 38
Johnson, Bradley T. Republican 70
Jones, Patricia W. Democrat 40
King, Brad Democrat 69
Kiser, Todd E. Republican 41
Last, Bradley G. Republican 71
Lawrence, M. Susan Republican 36
Litvack, David Democrat 26
Lockhart, Rebecca D. Republican 64
Mascaro, Steven R. Republican 47
Mathis, John G. Republican 55
McCartney, Ty Democrat 31
McGee, Rosalind J. Democrat 28
Menlove, Ronda Rudd Republican 1
Morgan, Karen W. Democrat 46
Morley, Michael T. Republican 66
Moss, Carol Spackman Democrat 37
Murray, Joseph G. Republican 8
Newbold, Merlynn T. Republican 50
Noel, Michael E. Republican 73
Oda, Curtis Republican 14
Painter, Patrick Republican 67
Ray, Paul Republican 13
Romero, Ross I. Democrat 25
Shurtliff, LaWanna Lou Democrat 10
Snow, Gordon E. Republican 54
Tilton, Aaron Republican 65
Ure, David Republican 53
Stephen H. Urquhart Republican 75
Mark W. Walker Republican 45
Wallace, Peggy Republican 42
Mark A. Wheatley Democrat 35
Wheeler, Richard W. Republican 68
Wiley, Larry B. Democrat 31
Wyatt, Scott L. Republican 5

Employees/Staff[edit]

See also[edit]

Preceded by
55th Utah Legislature
56th Utah Legislature
2005 - 2006
Succeeded by
57th Utah Legislature