UTAH
     Nov. 8, 2016 U.S. Senate

Gov.
Sen.3
Sen.1
2020
x

2019



2018


x
2017



2016
x


2015



2014



2013



2012



2011



2010



2009



2008



2007



2006



2005



2004



2003



2002



2001



2000



1999



1998



1997



1996



1995



1994



1993



1992



1991



1990



1989




+Mike Lee (R) i
760,241
68.15%
Misty Snow (D)
301,860
27.06%
Stoney Fonua (IAP)
27,340
2.45%
Bill Barron (I)
26,167
2.34%

1,115,608

Total Registration: 1,405,358
Plurality 458,381 votes (41.09 percentage points).

 UT Lt Gov. Elections



Notes: 
 
Sen. Mike Lee easily won a second term, gaining 68.15% of the vote and defeating grocery store cashier Misty K. Snow (D) as well as Stoney Fonua (IAP) and Bill Barron (I).  Snow, a millennial and a progressive, won the June 28 Democratic primary becoming the first transgender nominee of a major party for U.S. Senate.  A debate between Lee and Snow, hosted by the Utah Debate Commission, took place on Oct. 12 in KBYU studios at Brigham Young University (+).  According to the FEC, for 2015-16 the Lee campaign reported disbursements of $4.0 million compared to $35,706 for the Snow campaign (+). 


Campaign Managers:
Mike Lee:  Jordan Hess
(Dec. 2015)  Policy advisor on the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Steering Committee, Mar.-Dec. 2015.  Legislative assistant to Sen. Lee, Jan. 2013-Mar. 2015.  Victory field director for the Utah Republican Party, June-Dec. 2012.  Master's degree in political science and government from The George Washington University, 2014; bachelor's degree in political science and government from Brigham Young University, 2011.

Misty Snow:  Genevra Prothero
(July 2016)  Prothero has worked for over a decade for Discover Financial Services in the Greater Salt Lake City area.  She studied floral and interior design at Ricks College.

.



 

ADVERTISEMENT