Welcome to the Utah House

THe People’s house

The Utah House of Representatives is comprised of 75 men and women, each representing different areas of the state, elected to two-year terms. The House Chamber, located on the west end of the third floor, occupies the largest space in the State Capitol.

Members of the Utah House

Days in Each Legislative Session

Beehive Statues in the House Chamber

House News

Tax Modernization

Learn why the Utah State Legislature is working on tax modernization and how it may affect you and the services you buy.The ProblemWith the rise of the service economy and the dramatic growth of e-commerce, we have outgrown a tax system that was designed for a...

Medicaid Coverage For All

MEDICAID EXPANSIONIn February of 2019, lawmakers voted to expand Medicaid coverage to all Utahns. The carefully crafted solution balances the principles of compassion and concern for those in need with the principles of responsibility and prudence. SB 96, 4th...

Victim Targeting Bill Signing

Media AdvisoryFor Immediate ReleaseApril 2, 2019 Contact: Anna Lehnardt Public Information Officer801.618.7552 | alehnardt@utah.gov Gov. Gary R. Herbert to Sign S.B. 103, Victim Targeting Penalty Enhancements What: Gov. Herbert, Senator Stuart Adams, Speaker Brad...

Ash Wednesday Incident

MEDIA ADVISORY March 11, 2019 Contact:Aundrea PetersonDirector of CommunicationsUtah Senate 801-791-3365 | aundreapeterson@le.utah.gov Valley View Elementary School Teacher Clarifies Misunderstanding on Ash Wednesday Incident What: Valley View Elementary School...

A Welcome Message from Speaker Brad Wilson

Welcome to the website of the Utah House of Representatives!

The Utah State House consists of 75 members, each representing about 40,000 of our neighbors. The elected members of your legislature, both Republican and Democrats, care deeply about the future of our state and work hard every day to ensure Utah prospers.  Currently, Republicans represent 59 districts and support conservative principals as they work for their constituents. 

In Utah, most lawmakers also hold full-time jobs while serving as lawmakers.  This real-world perspective is used every day to bring a wide range of experience and expertise to their service. As the “Voice of the People,” Utah House members run for office every two years, which keeps us close and responsive to the issues and perspective of our constituents.

With that in mind, I hope you will use this website as a resource to build a strong relationship with your representative.  We’re here to serve you and when we work together, we make Utah the best place to live, work, learn, and play.

– Speaker Wilson

Follow the House

We strive to provide Utahns with the content, news, and updates that will allow them to stay connected with the important work that takes place on Capitol Hill. Stay up-to-date by connecting with us on social media. You can also visit the House Majority or Minority websites to follow each caucus within the Utah House.

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