Utah State Legislature HOA
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2014 Utah State Legislature Report Live From Draper Area Chamber of Commerece
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Howard Stephenson was first elected to the Utah State Senate in 1992. He represents Senate District 11, which covers portions of Salt Lake and Utah counties.
Senator Stephenson earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology and aerospace studies from Brigham Young University in 1975. He went on to receive his Master of Public Administration in 1977. Since then, he has worked as a taxpayer advocate and currently serves as President of the Utah Taxpayers Association.
In addition to his duties as a Senator, he hosts a radio show, Red Meat Radio (860 AM Utah’s Big Talker), every Saturday morning from 8 to 10. He also authored articles within Salt Lake’s Enterprise business newspaper to promote efficiency and effectiveness in government.
Senator Stephenson resides in Draper, Utah with his wife Julie.
Executive Offices and Criminal Justice Appropriations Subcommittee
Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee
Senate Education Committee (Chair)
Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee
Administrative Rules Review Committee (Chair)
Senate Education Confirmation Committee (Chair)
Senate Revenue and Taxation Confirmation Committee
Personal and Career Information
B.S., Psychology and Aerospace Studies, Brigham Young University
M.P.A., Brigham Young University
Utah Taxpayers Association (president)
National Taxpayers Conference (chair)
American Legislative Exchange Council
Council of State Governments
Danforth Foundation Policymakers’ Institute
Recognitions and Honors:
Utah Republican Hispanic Assembly Recognition
Utah Council for Exceptional Children Legislator of the Year
Utah Association for Gifted Children Community Service Award
Coalition for People with Disabilities 1995, 1998, 2001, 2002 “Hero on the Hill” Award
Alpine School District Children’s Behavioral Therapy Unit Autism Preschool Recognition
Education Leadership Coalition Recognition
Utah Valley Autism Preschool Recognition
Utah Food Industry Association 2001, 2004 Outstanding Legislative Service Award
Utah Farm Bureau Federation Friend of Agriculture Award
Utah Information Technology Association Recognition
National Federation of Independent Business Guardian of Small Business Award
Utah Taxpayers Association Friend of the Taxpayer Award
Utah Restaurant Association Legislator of the Year, 2003, 2004
Utah Health Insurance Association Legislator of the Year
Utah Correctional Industries Award
Sandy City Outstanding Elected Official
Grassroots Distinguished Service Award
Utah Association of Realtors Distinguished Service Award
Rep. Greg Hughes is the Majority Whip in the Utah House of Representatives. He has represented District 51 in Draper Utah since 2003.
Utah State Representative Greg Hughes resides in Draper with his wife Krista and their three children. He is a small business owner, working in real estate development and property management.
Representative Hughes was first elected to the Utah Legislature in 2002. Soon after his arrival, Greg was elected chairman of the Conservative caucus, which is the largest and most influential group of repr…See More
Utah State Representative Greg Hughes resides in Draper, Utah with his
wife Krista and their three children. He is a small business owner
working in real estate development and property management.
Representative Hughes was elected to the Utah Legislature in 2002 and
is currently serving in his fifth term. In 2010, Greg was elected as
Majority Whip in the House Leadership and continues in that position.
Notable accomplishments during his time in the Utah State Legislature
include service as the Chair of the House Education Committee for four
Sessions, House Speaker Pro Tem, Vice-Chair of the House Rules
Committee, a member of the House Tax and Revenue Committee, and a
member of the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee.
Greg also founded the Conservative Caucus, which is the largest and
some say, the most influential group of representatives in the State
Legislature. Greg has spent his time in the legislature fighting for lower taxes,
reform in public education and helping our veterans and National
Outside his Legislative service, Greg is also active in the community
with positions on the Boards of Summit Academy Charter School, United
Way of Salt Lake, and as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Utah
Transit Authority. On weekends you may also find him enthusiastically
coaching from the sidelines of a Little League football game or
cheering at his children’s soccer games.
Employer: Small Business Owner
Description: Real estate development and property management
Born: August 18
Address: 12308 S RALEIGH CT DRAPER, UT 84020
Cell Phone: 801-808-5105
Work Phone: 801-572-9878
Education: B.A., Brigham Young University; J.D., University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
Profession: Attorney and business owner
Legislative Service Since: January 1, 2003 – December 31, 2006; January 1, 2011
Conflict of Interest Form
District Demographic Profile
Health and Human Services Interim Committee
House Health and Human Services Committee
House Judiciary Committee
Judiciary Interim Committee
Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee
Professional and Community Affiliations
Member, Utah and California Bar Associations
Recognitions and Honors
Friend of the Taxpayer award; Guardian of Small Business award; Statesman of the Year, Salt Lake County Republican Party
Draper Chamber and Gomboc also produce the weekly HOA event “Why! On Wednesday.”