Utah House of Representatives
|Utah State Legislature|
New session started
|January 28, 2019|
Speaker of the House
Length of term
|Authority||Article VI, Utah Constitution|
|Salary||$117/day + per diem|
| November 3, 2020 |
|November 8, 2022|
|House of Representatives Chamber|
Utah State Capitol
Salt Lake City, Utah
|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.
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|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|
|Latest voting share||77.3%||22.7%|
|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||Carol Spackman Moss||Democratic||37|
|Minority Assistant Whip||Angela Romero||Democratic||26|
|2||Jefferson Moss||Rep||Eagle Mountain||2012–|
|3||Mike Petersen||Rep||North Logan||2021–|
|7||Ryan Wilcox||Rep||Ogden||2009—2015, 2021–|
|9||Cal Musselman||Rep||West Haven||2018–|
|13||Paul Ray||Rep||Clearfield||2001—2003, 2004–|
|17||Stewart Barlow||Rep||Fruit Heights||2010–|
|20||Melissa Garff Ballard||Rep||North Salt Lake||2018–|
|23||Sandra Hollins||Dem||Salt Lake City||2014–|
|24||Jennifer Dailey-Provost||Dem||Salt Lake City||2018–|
|25||Joel Briscoe||Dem||Salt Lake City||2010*–|
|26||Angela Romero||Dem||Salt Lake City||2012–|
|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–|
|33||Craig Hall||Rep||West Valley City||2012–|
|36||Doug Owens||Dem||Salt Lake City||2021–|
|37||Carol Spackman Moss||Dem||Salt Lake City||2000–|
|38||Ashlee Matthews||Dem||West Jordan||2021–|
|40||Stephanie Pitcher||Dem||Salt Lake City||2018–|
|42||Jordan Teuscher||Rep||South Jordan||2021–|
|43||Cheryl Acton||Rep||West Jordan||2017*–|
|46||Gay Lynn Bennion||Dem||Cottonwood Heights||2021–|
|47||Steve Christiansen||Rep||West Jordan||2021*–|
|50||Susan Pulsipher||Rep||South Jordan||2012–|
|52||Candice Pierucci||Rep||Salt Lake City||2019*–|
|57||Jon Hawkins||Rep||Pleasant Grove||2018–|
|58||Steven J. Lund||Rep||Manti||2021–|
|62||Travis Seegmiller||Rep||St. George||2018*–|
|66||Jeff Burton||Rep||Spanish Fork||2021–|
|71||Bradley Last||Rep||St. George||2002–|
|72||Rex Shipp||Rep||Cedar City||2018–|
|74||V. Lowry Snow||Rep||St. George||2012*–|
|75||Walt Brooks||Rep||St. George||2016–|
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