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2018 Utah House of Representatives election

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2018 Utah House of Representatives election

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All 75 seats in the Utah House of Representatives
38 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
2017 King.jpg
Leader Greg Hughes Brian King
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since January 26, 2015 January 26, 2015
Leader's seat 51–Draper 28–Salt Lake City
Last election 62 seats, 78.7% 13 seats, 21.3%
Seats before 62 13
Seats won 59 16
Seat change Decrease3 Increase3
Popular vote 624,450 344,736
Percentage 61.69% 34.06%
Swing Decrease17.1 pp Increase12.8 pp

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Results by district

Speaker before election

Greg Hughes
Republican Party of Utah

Elected Speaker

Brad Wilson
Republican Party of Utah

The 2018 Utah House of Representatives election was held in the U.S. state of Utah on November 6, 2018, to elect members to the House of Representatives of the 63rd Utah State Legislature. A primary election was held in several districts on June 26, 2018. The election coincided with the election for U.S. Senate and other elections.

The Utah Republican Party won a majority of seats, keeping the Republican majority that they have held since 1977. The new legislature convened on January 28, 2019.

Background

Republicans have held the Utah State House of Representative since 1977, and the chamber was not considered competitive in 2018[1] However, as was the case in many states, Democrats were encouraged to see the purported "Blue Wave" come to the Utah State House.

Electoral System

The 75 members of the House of Representatives were elected from single-member districts by first-past-the-post voting to two-year terms. Contested nominations of the Democratic and Republican parties for each district were determined by an open primary election. Minor-party and independent candidates were nominated by petition. Write-in candidates had to file a request with the secretary of state's office for votes for them to be counted.

References

  1. ^ Underhill, Wendy (11 October 2018). "The State Legislatures: More than 6,000 down-ballot races to determine control of states". Sabato's Crystal Ball. Archived from the original on 22 April 2019. Retrieved 21 November 2019.
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