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House of Representatives


Box Elder County
Territorial Legislature
House of Representatives
State of Utah
1851-present


Name Term
Dwight Harding
Lorenzo Snow (Weber and Box Elder)
Jonathan C. Wright
Oliver G. Snow
R. H. Baty
Ricy H. Jones
William Lowe
D. C. Hubbard
William H. Gibbs
Samuel N. Cook
1851-1853
1854-1856
1857-1881
1882-1884
1885-1887
1888-1889
1890-1891
1893-1895
1896
1897-1898
 
 

One Legislative District 

John P. Holmgren
F. W. Fishburn
Willard S. Hansen
Tracy R. Welling
William C. Horsley
Wynn L. Eddy
Clarence G. Adney
N.E. Iverson
1899-1902
1903-1906
1907-1910
1911-1914
1915-1916
1917-1918
1919-1920
1921-1922
 
 
 

 Two Legislative Districts 

 District 1  
 Name  Term
 John G. Wheatley
A.W. Hansen
Ariel Hansen
Lucinda P. Jensen
William C. Horsley
E. E. Clark
Ernest L. Nelson
Henrietta B. Johnson
Milton J. Thorne
J. Welton Ward
John B. Mathias
LeRoy D. White
Charles Claybaugh
Ross Bowen
Dan Compton
Miles Y. Ferry
Ruel Eskelsen
Willis Hansen
Wayne Jensen
Rob Bishop
Peter C. Knudson
Ben Ferry
1923-1924
1925-1926
1927-1928
1929-1930
1931-1932
1933-1934
1935-1936
1937-1938
1939-1942
1943-1944
1945-1946
1947-1954
1955-1956
1957-1962
1963-1964
1965-1966
1967-1970
1971-1976
1977-1978
1979-1994
1995-1998
1999-Present
 
 
 District 2 
 Name Term
N.E. Iverson
C. J. Dewey
Horace L. Richards
E. H. Cornwall
Wayne Mason
Clifton G. M Kerr
Theo Richards
Kleon Kerr
D.B. Green
Melvin Foxley
D. B. Green
Malcolm Young
W.E. Kerr
James White
Lee Allen
Eli H. Anderson
Rhonda Rudd-Menlove
1923-1924
1925-1928
1929-1932
1933-1936
1937-1940
1941-1952
1953-1956
1957-1958
1959-1960
1961-1962
1963-1966
1967-1970
1971-1978
1979-1982
1983-1992
1993-2002
2003-Present
 

The Utah House of Representatives is comprised of 75 men and women elected to two year terms. They are up for election every two years. The ideal population for each of the 75 House districts is 22,971. The legislature adopted an allowable deviation of +/- 4.00%. In the Legislature's plan, the district populations range from 22,064 in House District 67 to 23,888 in House District 52. The House is reapportioned as required by law to insure that each Representative represents as nearly as possible approximately the same number of constituents.