Lieutenant Governor of Utah

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Lieutenant Governor of Utah
D Henderson.JPG
Incumbent
Deidre Henderson

since January 4, 2021
TypeLieutenant Governor
Formation1975
First holderClyde L. Miller

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Utah was created in 1975. Nine people have held the position since then.

The incumbent lieutenant governor is Republican Deidre Henderson, who has served since 2021.

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Parties

  Democratic   Republican

# Portrait Lieutenant Governor Took office Left office Governor(s) served under Party
1 No image.svg Clyde L. Miller (1910–1988) 1975 1977 Cal Rampton Democratic
2 David Smith Monson.jpg David Smith Monson (born 1945) 1977 1985 Scott M. Matheson Republican
3 No image.svg W. Val Oveson (born 1952) 1985 1993 Norman H. Bangerter Republican
4 Olene Walker.JPG Olene Walker (1930–2015) 1993 2003 Mike Leavitt Republican
5 No image.svg Gayle McKeachnie (born 1943) 2003 2005 Olene Walker Republican
6 2013-05-23 Gary R Herbert.JPG Gary Herbert (born 1947) 2005 2009 Jon Huntsman Jr. Republican
7 Greg Bell high res.jpg Greg Bell (born 1948) 2009 2013 Gary Herbert Republican
8 Spencer Cox in 2017.jpg Spencer Cox (born 1975) 2013 2021 Gary Herbert Republican
9 D Henderson.JPG Deidre Henderson (born 1974) 2021 Incumbent Spencer Cox Republican