Utah House of Representatives

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Utah House of Representatives
Utah State Legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
None
History
New session started
January 28, 2019
Leadership
Speaker
Brad Wilson (R)
since November 8, 2018
Majority Leader
Francis Gibson (R)
since January 23, 2017
Minority Leader
Brian King (D)
since January 26, 2015
Structure
Seats75
UT House of Reps 2015 - 2016.svg
Political groups
Majority
  •   Republican (58)

Minority

Length of term
2 years
AuthorityArticle VI, Utah Constitution
Salary$117/day + per diem
Elections
Last election
November 3, 2020
(75 seats)
Next election
November 8, 2022
(75 seats)
RedistrictingLegislative Control
Meeting place
House Chamber inside the Utah State Capitol - Feb. 2011.jpg
House of Representatives Chamber
Utah State Capitol
Salt Lake City, Utah
Website
Utah House of Representatives

The Utah House of Representatives is the lower house of the Utah State Legislature, the state legislature of the U.S. state of Utah. The House is composed of 75 representatives elected from single member constituent districts. Each district contains an average population of 35,000 people. Members of the House are elected to two-year terms without term limits. The House convenes at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City.[1]

Composition of the House of Representatives[edit]

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
2011-2012 legislature (59th) 58 17 75 0
2013-2014 legislature (60th) 61 14 75 0
2015-2016 legislature (61st) 63 12 75 0
2017-2018 legislature (62nd) 62 13 75 0
2019-2020 legislature (63rd) 59 16 75 0
2021- (64th) 58 17 75 0
Latest voting share 77.3% 22.7%

Leadership[edit]

Position Name Party District
Speaker of the House Brad Wilson Republican 15
Majority Leader Francis Gibson Republican 65
Majority Whip Mike Schultz Republican 12
Majority Assistant Whip Val Peterson Republican 59
Minority Leader Brian King Democratic 28
Minority Whip Karen Kwan Democratic 34
Minority Assistant Whip Jennifer Dailey-Provost Democratic 24

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Members of the 64th House of Representatives[edit]

District Name Party Residence Terms
1 Joel Ferry Rep Corinne[3] 2018–
2 Jefferson Moss Rep Eagle Mountain 2012–
3 Mike Petersen Rep North Logan 2021–
4 Dan Johnson[4] Rep Logan 2018–
5 Casey Snider Rep Paradise[5] 2018–
6 Cory Maloy Rep Lehi 2016–
7 Ryan Wilcox Rep Ogden 2009—2015, 2021–
8 Steve Waldrip Rep Eden 2018–
9 Cal Musselman Rep West Haven 2018–
10 Rosemary Lesser[6] Dem Ogden 2021*–
11 Kelly Miles Rep Ogden 2016–
12 Mike Schultz Rep Hooper 2014–
13 Paul Ray Rep Clearfield 2001—2003, 2004–
14 Karianne Lisonbee Rep Clearfield[7] 2016–
15 Brad Wilson Rep Kaysville 2010–
16 Stephen Handy Rep Layton 2010*–
17 Stewart Barlow Rep Fruit Heights 2010–
18 Timothy Hawkes Rep Centerville 2014–
19 Raymond Ward Rep Bountiful 2014–
20 Melissa Garff Ballard Rep North Salt Lake 2018–
21 Douglas Sagers Rep Tooele 2010–
22 Clare Collard Dem Magna 2021–
23 Sandra Hollins Dem Salt Lake City 2014–
24 Jennifer Dailey-Provost[8] Dem Salt Lake City 2018–
25 Joel Briscoe Dem Salt Lake City 2010*–
26 Angela Romero Dem Salt Lake City 2012–
27 Brady Brammer Rep Highland 2018–
28 Brian King Dem Salt Lake City 2008–
29 Matthew Gwynn Rep Farr West 2021–
30 Mike Winder Rep West Valley City 2011—2012, 2014–
31 Elizabeth Weight Dem West Valley City 2016–
32 Suzanne Harrison[9] Dem Draper 2018–
33 Craig Hall Rep West Valley City 2012–
34 Karen Kwan Dem Murray 2016–
35 Mark Wheatley Dem Murray 2004–
36 Doug Owens Dem Salt Lake City 2021–
37 Carol Spackman Moss Dem Salt Lake City 2000–
38 Ashlee Matthews Dem West Jordan 2021–
39 James Dunnigan Rep Taylorsville 2002–
40 Stephanie Pitcher Dem Salt Lake City 2018–
41 Mark Strong Rep Riverton 2018–
42 Jordan Teuscher Rep South Jordan 2021–
43 Cheryl Acton Rep West Jordan 2017*–
44 Andrew Stoddard[10] Dem Murray 2018–
45 Steve Eliason Rep Sandy 2010–
46 Gay Lynn Bennion Dem Cottonwood Heights 2021–
47 Steve Christiansen Rep West Jordan 2021*–[11]
48 Keven Stratton Rep Orem 2012*–
49 Robert Spendlove Rep Sandy 2014*–
50 Susan Pulsipher Rep South Jordan 2012–
51 Jeff Stenquist Rep Draper 2018–
52 Candice Pierucci Rep Salt Lake City 2019*–
53 Kera Birkeland Rep Morgan 2020*–
54 Mike Kohler Rep Midway 2021–
55 Scott Chew Rep Jensen 2014–
56 Kay Christofferson Rep Lehi 2012–
57 Jon Hawkins Rep Pleasant Grove 2018–
58 Steven J. Lund Rep Manti 2021–
59 Val Peterson Rep Orem 2010–
60 Nelson Abbott Rep Orem 2021–
61 Marsha Judkins Rep Provo 2018–
62 Travis Seegmiller Rep St. George 2018*–
63 Adam Robertson Rep Provo 2018–
64 Norm Thurston Rep Provo 2014–
65 Francis Gibson Rep Springville 2008–
66 Jeff Burton Rep Spanish Fork 2021–
67 Doug Welton Rep Payson 2021–
68 Merrill Nelson Rep Grantsville 2012–
69 Christine Watkins Rep Price 2016–
70 Carl Albrecht Rep Richfield 2016–
71 Bradley Last Rep St. George 2002–
72 Rex Shipp Rep Cedar City 2018–
73 Phil Lyman Rep Blanding[12] 2018–
74 V. Lowry Snow Rep St. George 2012*–
75 Walt Brooks Rep St. George 2016–
* Representative was originally appointed to office.

Past composition of the House of Representatives[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of Representatives with Districts
  2. ^ "Full House Leadership - Utah House of Representatives". Retrieved January 11, 2020.
  3. ^ "Incoming legislators tout fiscal discipline, limited government," The Leader, Nov. 27, 2018
  4. ^ "Johnson defeats Brundage for Utah House 4 Seat," Cache Valley Daily, Nov. 7, 2018
  5. ^ "Casey Snider appointed to Legislature by governor," Herald Journal, October 16, 2018
  6. ^ Imlay, Ashley. "Utah Democrats select retired doctor to fill seat left by late Ogden Rep. Lou Shurtliff". Deseret News. Retrieved 12 January 2021.
  7. ^ Winslow, Ben. "Utah Lawmakers Look to Back Data Privacy".
  8. ^ "Utah Democrats had a very good night in legislative races on Tuesday," Utah Policy.com, Nov. 6, 2018
  9. ^ "Utah politician leaps from a razor-thin loss to a landslide win," PBS Newshour, Nov. 11, 2018
  10. ^ "Murray’s Senate And House Seats Solidly Democrat As Voters Turn Out In Droves," Murray Journal, November 19, 2018
  11. ^ "Rep. Christiansen, Steve R." Utah House of Representatives. Retrieved 26 January 2021.
  12. ^ "A judge decides Utah Rep. Phil Lyman doesn't have to pay his fine for illegal Recapture Canyon ride any faster". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved 26 January 2021.

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