Your State Elected Policy Makers

in the Utah Legislature and the Utah State Board of Education

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Your Utah State Representatives & Senators Serving in the Counties of Color Country UniServ

Merrill F. Nelson (R)

House District 68

Representing sections of Beaver & Piute Counties

Evan J. Vickers (R)

Senate District 28

Representing sections of Beaver, Piute & Washington Counties

Phil Lyman (R)

House District 73

Representing sections of Beaver, Garfield, Kane & Piute Counties

Derrin R. Owens (R)

Senate District 24

Representing sections of Beaver, Garfield, Kane & Piute Counties

Rex P. Shipp (R)

House District 72

Representing Iron County


Bradley G. Last (R)

House District 71

Representing sections of Iron and Washington Counties

Walt Brooks (R)

House District 75

Representing sections of Washington County

V. Lowry Snow (R)

House District 74

Representing sections of Washington County

Travis M. Seegmiller (R)

House District 62

Representing sections of Washington County

Don L. Ipson (R)

Senate District 29

Representing sections of Washington County

Your Utah State Board of Education Representatives

Kristan Norton - District 15

Representing Iron and Washington Counties

Phone: (435) 673-9161 | kristan.norton@schools.utah.gov

Mark Huntsman - District 14

Representing Beaver, Garfield, Kane and Piute Counties

Phone: (435) 979-4301|mark.huntsman@schools.utah.gov

The Utah State Board of Education is a constitutionally established, elected, non-partisan body that exercises "general control and supervision" over the public education system in Utah, including establishing the state educational core standards, state educator licensing policies, and state high school graduation requirements. Its 15 members are elected from geographic areas in Utah to four-year terms. The State Board meets for a two-day session each month; meetings include study sessions, committee meetings, full board meetings, and meeting separately as the board of the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (USDB).

The State Board appoints the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to administer all programs assigned to the Utah State Board of Education in accordance with the policies and standards established. Both the State Board and State Superintendent are responsible for compliance with state and federal laws and administrative rules affecting education and for the distribution of over $4 billion to charter and district schools.

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