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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah)

District: 1st District
Political Highlights: Utah House, 1979-95; Utah Republican Party chairman, 1997-2001; U.S. House of Representatives, 2003-present
Born: July 13, 1951; Salt Lake City, Utah
Residence: Brigham City
Religion: Mormon
Family: Wife, Jeralynn Bishop; five children
Education: U. of Utah, B.A. 1974
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 2002 (7th term)
Committee Assignments: Armed Services (Readiness; Strategic Forces); Natural Resources

Election History
2014generalRob Bishop (R) 84,23164.8
Donna McAleer (D) 36,42228.0
Craig Bowden (LIBERT) 4,8473.7
Dwayne Vance (IA) 4,5343.5
2012generalRob Bishop (R) 175,48771.5
Donna McAleer (D) 60,61124.7
Sherry Phipps (CNSTP) 9,4303.8
2010generalRob Bishop (R) 135,24769.2
Morgan Bowen (D) 46,76523.9
Kirk Pearson (CNSTP) 9,1434.7
Jared Stratton (LIBERT) 4,3072.2
2008generalRob Bishop (R) 196,79964.9
Morgan Bowen (D) 92,46930.5
Kirk Pearson (CNSTP) 7,3972.4
Joseph Buchman (LIBERT) 6,7802.2
2006generalRob Bishop (R) 112,54663.1
Steven Olsen (D) 57,92232.5
Mark Hudson (CNSTP) 5,5393.1
Lynn Badler (LIBERT) 2,4671.4
2004generalRob Bishop (R) 199,61567.9
Steve Thompson (D) 85,63029.1
Charles Johnston (C) 4,5101.5
Richard Soderberg (PC) 4,2061.4
2002generalRob Bishop (R) 109,26560.9
Dave Thomas (D) 66,10436.9
Craig Axford (GREEN) 4,0272.3
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Utah is 46th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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