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Political party strength in Utah

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following table indicates the party of elected officials in the U.S. state of Utah:

The table also indicates the historical party composition in the:

For years in which a presidential election was held, the table indicates which party's nominees received the state's electoral votes.

Year Executive offices State Legislature United States Congress Electoral votes
Governor Lt. Gov./
Sec. of State
Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor State Senate State House U.S. Senator
(Class I)
U.S. Senator
(Class III)
U.S. House
1896 Heber Manning Wells (R) James T. Hammond (R) Alexander C. Bishop (R) James Chipman (R) Morgan Richards Jr. (R) 12R, 6D 31R, 14D Frank J. Cannon (R) Arthur Brown (R) Clarence Emir Allen (R) 2 – Bryan/Sewall (D/Sv) Red XN
1 – Bryan/Watson (Pop) Red XN
1897 17R, 1Pop 40R, 3Pop, 2D Joseph Lafayette Rawlins (D) William H. King (D)[b]
1898 Frank J. Cannon (SvR)
1899 14D, 2R, 2I 26D, 15R, 4I vacant
1900 William McKinley/
Theodore Roosevelt (R) Green tickY
1901 M. A. Breeden (R) John DeGrey Dixon (R) Charles S. Tingey (R) 10D, 8R 28R, 17D Thomas Kearns (R) George Sutherland (R)
1902
1903 12R, 6D 38R, 7D Reed Smoot (R) Joseph Howell (R)
1904 Theodore Roosevelt/
Charles W. Fairbanks (R) Green tickY
1905 John Christopher Cutler (R) Charles S. Tingey (R) James Christiansen (R) J. A. Edwards (R) 15R, 3D 41R, 4D George Sutherland (R)
1906
1907 18R 38R, 7D
1908 William Howard Taft/
James S. Sherman (R) Green tickY
1909 William Spry (R) A. R. Barnes (R) David M. Mattson (R) Jesse D. Jewkes (R) 43R, 2D
1910
1911 16R, 2D 38R, 7D
1912 William Howard Taft/
Nicholas Murray Butler (R) Red XN
1913 David M. Mattson (R) Jesse D. Jewkes (R) Lincoln Kelly (R) 17R, 1D 30R, 15D 2R
1914
1915 12R, 6D 23R, 10D-Prog, 8D, 3Prog, 1Soc 1D, 1R
1916 Woodrow Wilson/
Thomas R. Marshall (D) Green tickY
1917 Simon Bamberger (D) Harden Bennion (D) Dan B. Shields (D) Daniel O. Larson (D) Joseph Ririe (D) 14D, 4R 44D, 1Soc William H. King (D) 2D
1918
1919 18D 37D, 8R
1920 Warren G. Harding/
Calvin Coolidge (R) Green tickY
1921 Charles R. Mabey (R) H. E. Crockett (R) Harvey H. Cluff (R) W. D. Sutton (R) Mark Tuttle (R) 11R, 7D 46R, 1D 2R
1922
1923 19R, 1D 45R, 10D
1924 Calvin Coolidge/
Charles G. Dawes (R) Green tickY
1925 George Dern (D) John Walker (R) John E. Holden (R) 46R, 9D
1926
1927 49R, 6D
1928 Herbert Hoover/
Charles Curtis (R) Green tickY
1929 Milton H. Welling (D) George P. Parker (R) A. Edsel Christensen (R) Ivor Ajax (R) 11R, 9D 29R, 26D
1930
1931 41R, 14D
1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt/
John Nance Garner (D) Green tickY
1933 Henry H. Blood (D) Joseph Chez (D) Julius C. Anderson (D) 13D, 10R 51D, 9R Elbert D. Thomas (D) 2D
1934 Enos Hodge (NP)
1935 Joseph Ririe (D) 19D, 4R 56D, 4R
1936
1937 E. E. Monson (D) Reece M. Reese (D) John W. Guy (D) 22D, 1R
1938
1939 21D, 2R 45D, 15R
1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt/
Henry A. Wallace (D) Green tickY
1941 Herbert B. Maw (D) Grover A. Giles (D) Oliver G. Ellis (D) Reece M. Reese (D) 19D, 4R 44D, 16R Orrice Abram Murdock Jr. (D)
1942
1943 17D, 6R 39D, 21R
1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt/
Harry S. Truman (D) Green tickY
1945 Reece M. Reese (D) Ferrell Adams (D) 18D, 5R 45D, 15R
1946
1947 12D, 11R 39R, 21D Arthur Vivian Watkins (R) 1D, 1R
1948 Harry S. Truman/
Alben W. Barkley (D) Green tickY
1949 J. Bracken Lee (R) Heber Bennion Jr. (D) Clinton D. Vernon (D) Ferrell Adams (D) Reece M. Reese (D) 41D, 19R 2D
1950
1951 16D, 7R 30D, 30R[c] Wallace F. Bennett (R)
1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower/
Richard Nixon (R) Green tickY
1953 LaMont Toronto (R) Sherman J. Preece (R) Sid Lambourne (R) E. R. Callister Jr. (R) 15R, 8D 39R, 21D 2R
1954
1955 16R, 7D 33R, 27D
1956
1957 George Dewey Clyde (R) E. R. Callister Jr. (R) Sherman J. Preece (R) Sid Lambourne (R) 15R, 10D 39R, 24D, 1I
1958
1959 13R, 12D 42D, 22R Frank Moss (D) 1D, 1R
1960 Richard Nixon/
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R) Red XN
1961 Walter L. Budge (R) Sharp M. Larsen (D) Sherman J. Preece (R) 14D, 11R 36D, 28R 2D
1962
1963 13R, 12D 34R, 30D 2R
1964 Lyndon B. Johnson/
Hubert Humphrey (D) Green tickY
1965 Cal Rampton (D) Clyde L. Miller (D) Phil L. Hansen (D) Linn C. Baker (D) Sharp M. Larsen (D) 15D, 12R 39D, 30R 1D, 1R
1966
1967 23R, 5D 59R, 10D 2R
1968 Richard Nixon/
Spiro Agnew (R) Green tickY
1969 Vernon B. Romney (R) Golden L. Allen (R) Sherman J. Preece (R) 20R, 8D 48R, 21D
1970
1971 16R, 12D 40D, 29R 1D, 1R
1972
1973 David L. Duncan (D) David Smith Monson (R) 16R, 13D 44R, 31D 2D
1974
1975 15R, 14D 40D, 35R Jake Garn (R)
1976 Gerald Ford/
Bob Dole (R) Red XN
1977 Scott M. Matheson (D) David Smith Monson (R) Robert B. Hansen (R) Linn C. Baker (D) Richard Jensen (R) 17D, 12R 40R, 35D Orrin Hatch (R) 1D, 1R
1978
1979 19R, 10D 51R, 24D
1980 Ronald Reagan/
George H. W. Bush (R) Green tickY
1981 David L. Wilkinson (R) Ed Alter (R) W. Val Oveson (R) 22R, 7D 58R, 17D 2R
1982
1983 24R, 5D 59R, 16D 3R
1984
1985 Norman H. Bangerter (R) W. Val Oveson (R) Tom L. Allen (R) 23R, 6D 62R, 13D
1986
1987 21R, 8D 48R, 27D 2R, 1D
1988 George H. W. Bush/
Dan Quayle (R) Green tickY
1989 Paul Van Dam (D) 22R, 7D 47R, 28D
1990
1991 19R, 10D 44R, 31D 2D, 1R
1992 George H. W. Bush/
Dan Quayle (R) Red XN
1993 Mike Leavitt (R)[d] Olene Walker (R) Jan Graham (D) 18R, 11D 49R, 26D Bob Bennett (R)
1994
1995 19R, 10D 55R, 20D 2R, 1D
Auston Johnson (R)
1996 Bob Dole/
Jack Kemp (R) Red XN
1997 20R, 9D 3R
1998
1999 18R, 11D 54R, 21D
2000 George W. Bush/
Dick Cheney (R) Green tickY
2001 Mark Shurtleff (R) 20R, 9D 51R, 24D 2R, 1D
2002
2003 Olene Walker (R)[e] Gayle McKeachnie (R) 22R, 7D 56R, 19D
2004
2005 Jon Huntsman Jr. (R)[f] Gary Herbert (R) 21R, 8D
2006
2007 55R, 20D
2008 John McCain/
Sarah Palin (R) Red XN
2009 Gary Herbert (R)[e] Greg Bell (R) Richard Ellis (R)[g] 53R, 22D
2010
2011 22R, 7D 58R, 17D Mike Lee (R)
2012 Mitt Romney/
Paul Ryan (R) Red XN
2013 John Swallow (R) John Dougall (R) 24R, 5D 61R, 14D 3R, 1D
2014 Spencer Cox (R) Sean Reyes (R)
2015 63R, 12D 4R
2016 David Damschen (R) Donald Trump/
Mike Pence (R) Green tickY
2017 62R, 13D
2018
2019 23R, 6D 59R, 16D Mitt Romney (R) 3R, 1D
2020 Donald Trump/
Mike Pence (R) Red XN
2021 Spencer Cox (R) Deidre Henderson (R) 58R, 17D 4R
Year Governor Lt. Governor Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor State Senate State House U.S. Senator
(Class I)
U.S. Senator
(Class III)
U.S. House Electoral votes
Executive offices State Legislature United States Congress
Key to party colors and abbreviations for members of the U.S. Congress and other politicians or officials
American (Know Nothing) (KN)
American Labor (AL)
Anti-Jacksonian (Anti-J)
National Republican (NR)
Anti-Administration (AA)
Democratic-Republican (DR)
Anti-Masonic (Anti-M)
Conservative (Con)
Democratic (D)
Dixiecrat (Dix),
States' Rights (SR)
Farmer–Labor (FL)
Federalist (F)
Pro-Administration (PA)
Free Soil (FS)
Fusion (Fus)
Greenback (GB)
Independence (IPM)
Independent Democrat (ID)
 Independent Republican (IR)
Jacksonian (J)
Liberal (Lib)
Libertarian (L)
National Union (NU)
Nonpartisan League (NPL)
Nullifier (N)
Opposition Northern (O)
Opposition Southern (O)
Populist (Pop)
Progressive (Prog)
Prohibition (Proh)
Readjuster (Rea)
Republican (R)
Silver (Sv)
Silver Republican (SvR)
Socialist (Soc)
Unionist (U)
Unconditional Unionist (UU)
Whig (W)
Independent (I)
Nonpartisan (NP)
  1. ^ The Office of the Lieutenant Governor was created in 1976. Prior to the creation of the Lieutenant Governor's office, the succession to the governorship was held by the state secretary of state. The office of Secretary of State was abolished by the legislature in 1976 and those duties given to the newly created Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
  2. ^ King lost renomination in the Democratic primary in 1898 to Brigham H. Roberts. Roberts won the 1898 election, but the House refused to seat him because he was a polygamist. There was a special election in 1900, and King was elected to complete his term until 1901.
  3. ^ After a four-day standoff, a power-sharing agreement was worked out between both parties, with Republicans gaining the Speakership under Clifton G.M. Kerr, and Democrats having control of four committees of their choosing, including the Appropriations Committee, with the other 34 committees alternating between the two parties for choice of control. As such, Democrats controlled 21 committees, and Republicans 17.[1][2]
  4. ^ Resigned to become director of the Environmental Protection Agency.
  5. ^ a b Lieutenant Governor ascended to governorship upon the resignation of his or her predecessor.
  6. ^ Resigned to become United States Ambassador to China.
  7. ^ Resigned to work in the private sector.

References

  1. ^ "The Deseret News - Google News Archive Search". news.google.com. pp. A1, A4. Retrieved 2021-06-28.
  2. ^ Sharp, Nancy Weatherly; Sharp, James Roger; Ritter, Charles F.; Wakelyn, Jon L. (1997). American Legislative Leaders in the West, 1911-1994. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 161. ISBN 978-0-313-30212-1.

See also

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