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Where do your legislators stand?

On the side of the people, or corporations and moneyed interests who are trying to take away our rights?

Are your legislators members of ALEC?

These legislators stand with the people of Utah and are NOT MEMBERS of ALEC!

THANK THEM!

Senate:

  • Sen. Casey O. Anderson (R-28)
  • Sen. Allen M. Christensen (R-19)
  • Sen. Gene Davis (D-3)
  • Sen. Lyle W. Hillyard (R-25)
  • Sen. David P. Hinkins (R-27
  • Sen. Patricia W. Jones (D-4)
  • Sen. Karen Mayne (D-5)
  • Sen. Ben McAdams (D-2)
  • Sen. Karen W. Morgan (D-8)
  • Sen. Aaron V. Osmond (R-10)
  • Sen. Luz Robles (D-1)
  • Sen. Ross I. Romero (D-7)
  • Sen. Jerry W. Stevenson (R-21)
  • Sen. Daniel W. Thatcher (R-12)
  • Sen. John L. Valentine (R-14)
  • Sen. Kevin T. Van Tassell (R-26)
  • Sen. Todd Weiler (R-23)

House:

  • Rep. Johnny Anderson (R-34)
  • Rep. Patrice M. Arent (D-36)
  • Rep. Stewart E. Barlow (R-17)
  • Rep. Kim Bird (R-42)
  • Rep. Joel K. Briscoe (D-25)
  • Rep. Derek E. Brown (R-49)
  • Rep. Melvin R. Brown (R-53)
  • Rep. David G. Butterfield (R-4)
  • Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck (D-24)
  • Rep. LaVar Christensen (R-48)
  • Rep. Tim M. Cosgrove (D-44)
  • Rep. Fred Cox (R-32)
  • Rep. John Dougall (R-27)
  • Rep. Brain Doughty (D-30)
  • Rep. Jack R. Draxler (R-3)
  • Rep. Sue Duckworth (D-22)
  • Rep. Jim A. Dunnigan (R-39)
  • Rep. Rebecca P. Edwards (R-20)
  • Rep. Steven Eliason (R-45)
  • Rep. Craig A. Frank (R-57)
  • Rep. Brad J. Galvez (R-6)
  • Rep. Francis D. Gibson (R-65)
  • Rep. Richard Greenwood (R-12)
  • Rep. Stephen G. Handy (R-16)
  • Rep. Wayne A. Harper (R-43)
  • Rep. Lynn N. Hemingway (D-40)
  • Rep. Neal B. Hendrickson (D-33)
  • Rep. Greg H. Hughes (R-51)
  • Rep. Don L. Ipson (R-75)
  • Rep. Brian S. King (D-28)
  • Rep. Brad G. Last (R-71)
  • Rep. David Litvack (D-26)
  • Rep. John G. Mathis (R-55)
  • Rep. Dan McCay (R-52)
  • Rep. Kay L. Mclff (R-70)
  • Rep. Ronda Rudd Menlove (R-1)
  • Rep. Carol Spackman Moss (D-37)
  • Rep. Merlynn T. Newbold (R-50)
  • Rep. Jim Neilson (R-19)
  • Rep. Michael E. Noel (R-73)
  • Rep. Curtis M. Oda (R-14)
  • Rep. Patrick L. Painter (R-67)
  • Rep. Lee B. Perry (R-2)
  • Rep. Jeremy A. Peterson (R-9)
  • Rep. Val Peterson (R-59)
  • Rep. Dixon M. Pitcher (R-10)
  • Rep. Marie H. Poulson (D-46)
  • Rep. Kraig Powell (R-54)
  • Rep. Douglas V. Sagers (R-21)
  • Rep. Jennifer M. Seelig (D-23)
  • Rep. V. Lowry Snow (R-74)
  • Rep. Kenneth W. Sumsion (R-56)
  • Rep. Evan J. Vickers (R-72)
  • Rep. Christine F. Watkins (D-69)
  • Rep. Mark A. Wheatley (D-35)
  • Rep. Larry Wiley (D-31)
  • Rep. Brad R. Wilson (R-15)
  • Rep. Bill Wright (R-68)

 

THESE LEGISLATORS STAND WITH CORPORATE SPECIAL INTERESTS AND ARE MEMBERS OF ALEC!

ASK THEM TO RESIGN!

Senate:

  • ALEC State Chairman, Sen. Curt Bramble (R-16)
  • ALEC State Chairman, Sen. Wayne Niederhouser (R-9)
  • Senate President, Michael G. Waddoups (R-6)
  • Senate Majority Leader, Scott K. Jenkins (R-20)
  • Sen. Ralph Okerlund (R-24)
  • Sen. Stephen H. Urquhart (R-29)
  • Sen. Mark B. Madsen (R-13)
  • Sen. Peter Kundson (R-17)
  • Sen. Margaret Dayton (R-15)
  • Sen. Howard A. Stephenson (R-11)
  • Sen. Stuart C. Reid (R-18)
  • Sen J. Stuart Adams (R-22)

House

  • Speaker of the House, Rebecca Lockhart (R-64)
  • House Majority Leader, Brad L. Dee (R-11)
  • Rep. Todd E. Kiser (R-41)
  • Rep. Ryan Wilcox (R-41)
  • Rep. Gage Froerer (R-8)
  • Rep. Paul Ray (R-13)
  • Rep. Chris N. Herrod (R-62)
  • Rep. Dean Sanpei (R-63)
  • Rep. David Clark (R-74)
  • Rep. Bradley Daw (R-60)
  • Rep. Roger Barrus (R-18)
  • Rep. Keith Grover (R-61)
  • Rep. Michael T. Morley (R-66)
  • Rep. Eric K Hutchings (R-38)
  • Rep. Ken Ivory (R-47)
  • Rep. R. Curt Webb (R-5)
  • Rep. Julie Fisher (R-17)

A secretive organization known as the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has been writing legislation which Utah legislators have been passing off as their own work. The bills written by ALEC cover virtually every area of public policy, including healthcare, budgeting and tax policy.

The agenda embedded in these bills is about tilting the system toward those with money and power. Through de-regulation of industry, voter suppression and setting up barriers to direct democracy ALEC legislation has greatly influenced the political landscape in many states, including Utah.

Even some of ALEC’s largest corporate members including Coca Cola, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Intuit, KraftFoods, Mars, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have abruptly severed ties with the group, as well as their financial support.

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