Utah Legislature 2009 Partisanship

As we see our Utah Legislature gearing up for the 2010 general session, here are the partisan voting percentages for the 2009 Senate.

The methodology for this table is explained in this post.

(Updated Tuesday because I cut off Senator Dayton’s entry cutting and pasting the first time.)

Senator Party D Votes R Votes Missed Votes Democratic Percentage
Dayton R 3 55 0 5.17%
Okerlund R 3 55 0 5.17%
Stephenson R 2 54 2 5.17%
Waddoups R 2 54 2 5.17%
Buttars R 1 52 5 6.03%
Jenkins R 4 52 2 8.62%
Killpack R 1 48 9 9.48%
Madsen R 2 49 7 9.48%
Knudson R 5 50 3 11.21%
Bramble R 1 45 12 12.07%
Niederhauser R 5 49 4 12.07%
Stowell R 6 50 2 12.07%
Urquhart R 6 50 2 12.07%
Christensen R 6 49 3 12.93%
Liljenquist R 6 48 4 13.79%
Valentine R 5 46 7 14.66%
Greiner R 8 45 5 18.10%
Hinkins R 13 43 2 24.14%
Hillyard R 9 37 12 25.86%
Bell R 12 39 7 26.72%
Van Tassell R 13 40 5 26.72%
Jones D 42 14 2 74.14%
Mayne D 43 14 1 75.00%
Davis D 44 13 1 76.72%
Morgan D 49 9 0 84.48%
Goodfellow D 49 1 8 91.38%
Robles D 53 3 2 93.10%
McCoy D 54 2 2 94.83%
Romero D 55 3 0 94.83%
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2 Responses to Utah Legislature 2009 Partisanship

  1. RC says:

    Hey. Interesting analysis. Do you have the stats on Senator Dayton? She and Senator Stephenson will be competing for bragging rights.

  2. Todd says:

    Thanks for the update, Brian. Love this information. Looking forward to the State House. Would you consider posting or sending me a list of the 58 partisan votes? It is interesting where the difference in the Parties really are versus what people think they are.

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