Brad Dee

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Brad L. Dee
Member of the Utah House of Representatives
from the 11th district
In office
January 2003 – January 2017
Constituency State House, District 11
Personal details
Born (1950-05-05) May 5, 1950 (age 66)
Political party Republican Party
Spouse(s) Marsha
Children 5
Residence Washington Terrace, UT
Occupation Human resource director
Religion The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)

Bradley L. Dee (born May 5, 1950)[1] is an American politician from Utah. He was a Republican member of the Utah State House, representing the state's 11th house district in Ogden from January 2003 through January 2017. He retired from office after choosing not to seek re-election in 2016.[2][3]

Early life and career[edit]

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.[4] He currently works as human resources director for Weber County, Utah[5] and lives in Washington Terrace, Utah with his wife Marsha and five children.[6]

Political career[edit]

Dee was first elected to the Utah House of Representatives in 2002 and began serving on January 1, 2003. He previously served as mayor of Washington Terrace, UT and as a member of its city council.[7]

During the 2016 legislative session, Dee served as the House Vice-chair of the Executive Appropriations Committee, on the House Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Committee, and the House Transportation Committee.[8]

2016 sponsored legislation[edit]

Bill Number Bill Title Status
HB0008S01 State Agency Fees and Internal Service Fund Rate Authorization and Appropriations House/ to Governor - 3/17/2016
HB0154 County Personal Requirements Governor Signed - 3/20/2016
HB165 Garnishment Amendments Governor Signed - 3/25/2016
HB0245 Local Health Department Amendments Governor Signed - 3/21/2016
HB0348S02 Mountainous Planning District Amendments House/ to Governor - 3/17/2016
HB0380S03 Utah Communications Authority Amendments Governor Signed - 3/21/2016
HB0401 Public Safety Amendments House/ filed - 3/10/2016
HB0457 Water Quality Revisions House/ filed - 3/10/2016
HJR018 House Joint Resolution—Congressional Term Limits House/ filed - 3/10/2016

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Dee passed six of his nine introduced during the 2016 Legislative Session, giving him a 66.7% passage rate. He also floor sponsored four bills.[10]

Elections[edit]

  • 2014: Dee faced Democrat Amy Steed Morgan in the general election, winning with 4,364 votes (62.6%) to Morgan's 2,607 votes (37.4%).
  • 2012: Dee faced Democrat Pamela Udy in the general election, winning with 9,266 votes (68.1%) to Udy's 4,332 votes (31.9%).
  • 2010: Dee faced Democrat Steven Gaskill in the general election, winning with 4,288 votes (69.5%) to Gaskell's 1,883 votes (30.5%).[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bradlee L. Dee at Public Background Checks
  2. ^ "WHO IS BRAD L. DEE". repbraddee.com. Retrieved 13 February 2011. 
  3. ^ Bernick, Bob. "Why Did Rep. Brad Dee Lie About Running for Weber County Commission?". utahpolicy.com. Retrieved 2016-03-31. 
  4. ^ Deseret News, Dec. 20, 2013
  5. ^ http://le.utah.gov/house2/CofI/bdee2.pdf
  6. ^ "Vote Smart Brad Dee". Retrieved April 13, 2014. 
  7. ^ "Brad Dee's Legislative Profile". Utah House of Representatives. Retrieved March 31, 2016. 
  8. ^ "Committees". le.utah.gov. Retrieved 2016-03-31. 
  9. ^ "2016 -- Legislation(House Of Representatives)". le.utah.gov. Retrieved 2016-03-31. 
  10. ^ "2016 -- Legislation(House Of Representatives)". le.utah.gov. Retrieved 2016-03-31. 
  11. ^ "Brad Dee - Ballotpedia". ballotpedia.org. Retrieved 2016-03-31. 

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