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About Me

I’m Todd Weiler, State Senator for Utah’s District 23. This blog is for the distribution of information; some content is cut and pasted from other sources. I don’t claim original authorship.

Married to Elizabeth since 1991 Four children in public schools.

Currently the Vice President General Counsel for LSI in Layton, Utah Previously spent 15 years in private practice Salt Lake City, Utah

Bachelor of Science, Business Management (BYU 1990) Juris Doctorate (J. Reuben Clark School of Law – 1996)

Delegate (1999-2011)
Woods Cross City Council (1999 – 2003)
Rob Bishop for Congress Finance Committee Utah GOP State Central Committee (2003 – 2012)
Davis County Republican Party Chair (2003 – 2007)
Utah GOP Vice Chair (2007 – 2009)

BYU Law School Alumni (1999-2005)
Utah League of Cities and Towns (2002)
Davis Chamber of Commerce (2002 – 2009)
Chair, Davis Chamber of Commerce (2008)
Utah GOP Executive Committee (2006-2012)

1. Accountability – Elected officials work for us, not the other way around.
2. Smaller Government – Utah deserves lower taxes and less regulation.
3. Quality Education – We must provide our children with the necessary tools to succeed.

1. We should promote self-reliance, not entitlements.
2. We should provide all citizens with equal opportunities, not equal outcomes.
3. We should insist that the government protect our God-given rights; not attempt to take them away.

1. Chair of the Retirement and Independent Entities Committee.
2. Serve on the Business and Labor Standing Committee.
3. Serve on the Judiciary, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Standing Committee.
4. Serve on the Social Services Appropriations Committee.
5. Serve on the Senate Rules Committee.

One Comment
  1. Bill Howell permalink

    I appreciate your politics and, in particular, your support for H.B. 148 from the 2012 Utah legislature. What I don’t understand, however, is why I must go to the Utah Legislature web site to find out who it is that represents Dist. 23. Why not put “Hello, I am Senator ___ on your Home page or on the Family page or both?

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