2016 Legislator Scorecard
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2016 Legislator Scorecard
Red text on bill titles is to identify bills tied to Common Core or deemed more critical
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Explanations for recommendations below votes.
F-failed to vote correctly, A-Aligned to UACC vote
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Legislator
Senate/House
Party
District
HB 42HB 45HB 164HB 201HB 221HB 221HB 246HB 358HB 423SB 45SB 67SB 78SB 93SB 101SB 125SCR 19
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Short descriptionEarly Learning AmendmentsCreates STEM action board, ties to Dept. Workforce Svcs.Allowed Sage to affect student gradesStop Sage from affecting teachersImmunizations of StudentsImmunizations of StudentsComprehensive Sexuality Ed / repeal 76-7-325Increase student privacy protectionsEnd Fed EdCompulsory Ed AmendmentsSocial Service PartnershipsPartisan elections for state boardComputer science initiativeHigh Quality School Readiness ProgramAfter school programs guided by Dept. of Workforce Svcs.End Fed EdAF%Grade
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Recommended VoteNot PassNot PassNot PassPassNot Pass Sub 9 Pass Sub 10Not PassPassPassPassNot PassPass sub 3Not PassNot PassNot PassPass
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Anderegg, Jacob L.RepresentativeRepublican6AFFAAAAFAFAFA8562%
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Anderson, JohnnyRepresentativeRepublican34AFAFAAAFFFF5645%
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Arent, Patrice M.RepresentativeDemocrat36FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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Barlow, StewartRepresentativeRepublican17FFAAAAFAAFAFA8562%
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Briscoe, Joel K.RepresentativeDemocrat25FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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Brown, Melvin R.RepresentativeRepublican53AFAAAAFAAAAFA10377%
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Chavez-Houck, RebeccaRepresentativeDemocrat24FFAFAAFFFFFFF31023%
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Chew, Scott H.RepresentativeRepublican55FFAAAAAAAFFFA8562%
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Christensen, LaVarRepresentativeRepublican32FFAAAAAAFAFFA8562%
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Christofferson, Kay J.RepresentativeRepublican56FFAAAAAFAFAFA8562%
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Coleman, KimRepresentativeRepublican42AFAAAAAAAAFFFA10471%
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Cox, Fred C.RepresentativeRepublican30FFAAAAAFAFAFA8562%
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Cunningham, RichRepresentativeRepublican50FFAAAAFFAFFFA6746%
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Cutler, Bruce R.RepresentativeRepublican44FFFAFAAAFFAFFFF51033%
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Daw, Brad M.RepresentativeRepublican60AFAAAAAFAFFFA8562%
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Dee, Brad L.RepresentativeRepublican11FFFAAFFAFFFA4833%
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DiCaro, Sophia M.RepresentativeRepublican31FFAFAAAFFFFFA5838%
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Draxler, Jack R.RepresentativeRepublican3FFAFAAFFAFFFA5838%
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Duckworth, SusanRepresentativeDemocrat22FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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Dunnigan, James A.RepresentativeRepublican39FFAFAAFFFFA4736%
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Edwards, Rebecca P.RepresentativeRepublican20FFAFAAFFFFFF3925%
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Eliason, SteveRepresentativeRepublican45FFFAAAAAFFAFFFA7847%
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Fawson, Justin L.RepresentativeRepublican7AFAAAAAFAFFFA8562%
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Froerer, GageRepresentativeRepublican8FFAAAAFFAFFFA6746%
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Gibson, Francis D.RepresentativeRepublican65FAAAAAFAAFFF7558%
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Greene, Brian M.RepresentativeRepublican57AFAAAAAAAFAFA10377%
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Grover, KeithRepresentativeRepublican61FAAAAAAAFFFA8467%
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Hall, CraigRepresentativeRepublican33FFAFAAAFAFFFA6746%
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Handy, Stephen G.RepresentativeRepublican16FFAFAAFFFFFFA4931%
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Hawkes, Timothy D.RepresentativeRepublican18FFAAAAAFAFFA7558%
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Hemingway, Lynn N.RepresentativeDemocrat40FFAFAFFFFFFF21017%
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Hollins, SandraRepresentativeDemocrat23FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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Hughes, Gregory H.RepresentativeRepublican51FFAAAAFAFFA6555%
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Hutchings, Eric K.RepresentativeRepublican38FFFAAAAAAFFFFFA7847%
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Ipson, Don L.RepresentativeRepublican75FFAFAAFFAFFFA5838%
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Ivory, KenRepresentativeRepublican47AFAAAAAAFAFA9375%
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Kennedy, Michael S.RepresentativeRepublican27AFAAAAAAAFAFA10377%
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King, BradRepresentativeDemocrat69FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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King, Brian S.RepresentativeDemocrat28FFAFFAFFFFFFFF21214%
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Knotwell, JohnRepresentativeRepublican52AFFAAAAAAFFA8467%
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Last, Bradley G.RepresentativeRepublican71FFFFAAAFFAFFFA5936%
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Lifferth, David E.RepresentativeRepublican2AFAAAAAAAAFFAA11379%
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McCay, DanielRepresentativeRepublican41AFAAAAAAAAFFFA10471%
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McIff, Kay L.RepresentativeRepublican70FFAFAAFFAFFFA5838%
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McKell, Mike K.RepresentativeRepublican66FFAAAAAAAFFFA8562%
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Moss, Carol SpackmanRepresentativeDemocrat37FFAFFAFFFFFFFF21214%
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Nelson, Merrill F.RepresentativeRepublican68FFAFAAFFFFFAA5838%
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Noel, Michael E.RepresentativeRepublican73FFAFAAAFFAFFFA6843%
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Oda, CurtisRepresentativeRepublican14FAAAAFAFFFA6555%
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Owens, DerrinRepresentativeRepublican58FFAAAFAAFFFA6650%
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Perry, Lee B.RepresentativeRepublican29FFAFAAFFAFFA5742%
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Peterson, Jeremy A.RepresentativeRepublican9FFAAAAFFAFFFA6746%
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Peterson, Val L.RepresentativeRepublican59FFAAAAAAAFFFA8562%
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Pitcher, Dixon M.RepresentativeRepublican10FFAFAAFFFFFFA4931%
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Poulson, Marie H.RepresentativeDemocrat46FFFAFFAFFFFFFFF21313%
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Powell, KraigRepresentativeRepublican54FFFAFAAFFAFFFA5936%
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Ray, PaulRepresentativeRepublican13FAFAAAFFFFFA5742%
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Redd, Edward H.RepresentativeRepublican4FFAFAAAAAFFA7558%
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Roberts, Marc K.RepresentativeRepublican67AFAAAAAAAFAA10283%
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Romero, AngelaRepresentativeDemocrat26FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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Sagers, Douglas V.RepresentativeRepublican21FFAAAAFFAFFFA6746%
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Sandall, Scott D.RepresentativeRepublican1FFAFAAFFFFFA4833%
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Sanpei, DeanRepresentativeRepublican63FFAAAAFAFFA6555%
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Schultz, MikeRepresentativeRepublican12AFFAAAAFAFFA7558%
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Snow, V. LowryRepresentativeRepublican74FFFAFAAAFFAFFFA6940%
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Spendlove, Robert M.RepresentativeRepublican49FFAFAAFFAFFFA5838%
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Stanard, Jon E.RepresentativeRepublican62AFAAAAFAFFFA7558%
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Stratton, Keven J.RepresentativeRepublican48FFAAAAAAAAAFA10377%
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Tanner, Earl D.RepresentativeRepublican43FFAFAFFFAFFFA4931%
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Thurston, Norman KRepresentativeRepublican64AFAAAAAAAFFFA9469%
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Ward, Raymond P.RepresentativeRepublican19FFAFAFFFFFFFA31023%
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Webb, R. CurtRepresentativeRepublican5FFAFAAFAFFFFA5838%
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Westwood, John R.RepresentativeRepublican72FFAFAAFFAFFAA6746%
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Wheatley, Mark A.RepresentativeDemocrat35FFAFAFFFFFFFF21115%
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Wilson, Brad R.RepresentativeRepublican15FFAAAAFAFFFA6650%
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Adams, J. StuartSenatorRepublican22FAAFAFFA4450%
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Bramble, Curtis S.SenatorRepublican16FFAAAAFAFFFA6650%
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Christensen, Allen M.SenatorRepublican19AFAAAAAFAFA8373%
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Dabakis, JimSenatorDemocrat2FFAFAFFFFFFF21017%
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Davis, GeneSenatorDemocrat3FFAAAFFAFFFF4833%
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Dayton, MargaretSenatorRepublican15AFAAAAAAAAA10191%
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Escamilla, LuzSenatorDemocrat1FFAAAFFFFFFF3925%
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Fillmore, LincolnSenatorRepublican10FFAAAFAFFA5550%
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Harper, Wayne A.SenatorRepublican6FFAAAAAAFFFA7558%
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Henderson, Deidre M.SenatorRepublican7FFAAAAAAFFFA7558%
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Hillyard, Lyle W.SenatorRepublican25FAAFAFFFA4544%
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Hinkins, David P.SenatorRepublican27FFAAAAFFFA5550%
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Iwamoto, JaniSenatorDemocrat4FFFFFF060%
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Jackson, Alvin B.SenatorRepublican14FFAAAAAAFAFA8467%
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Jenkins, Scott K.SenatorRepublican20FFAAAAAAFAAA9375%
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Knudson, Peter C.SenatorRepublican17FFAAAAFAFFFA6650%
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Madsen, Mark B.SenatorRepublican13FAAAAAAFFA7370%
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Mayne, KarenSenatorDemocrat5FFAAAFFAFFFF4833%
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Millner, AnnSenatorRepublican18FFFAAAAFAFFFA6746%
F on HB 164 for being Senate sponsor
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