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Carol Spackman Moss

Residence  Salt Lake City
Spouse  Robert Spackman
Alma mater  University of Utah
Education  University of Utah
Profession  educator
Name  Carol Moss

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Political party  Utah Democratic Party

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Carol Spackman Moss is a Democratic member of the Utah State House, representing the state's 37th house district in Holladay since 2000.


Early life and career

Before becoming a member of the House of Representatives, Moss taught English at Olympus High School in Holladay, Utah (a suburb of Salt Lake City) for nearly 30 years.

Moss has bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Utah.

Political career

Moss was first elected in 2000. She previously served as the Assistant Minority Whip in the Utah House from 2004 to 2010.

During the 2016 legislative session, Moss served on the Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee, the House Education Committee, the House Rules Committee, and the House Transportation Committee.


  • 2014 Moss won reelection against Republican nominee Ron Hilton, taking 60.3% of the vote.
  • 2010 Moss won reelection against Republican nominee Anne-Marie Lampropoulos, taking 51.6% of the vote.
  • 2010 Moss won reelection against Republican nominee Margrethe Peterson, taking 61% of the vote.
  • 2008 Moss won reelection against Republican nominee Linda Cooper, taking 63.1% of the vote.
  • Moss passed four of the six bills she introduced, giving her a 66.7% passage rate. She also floor sponsored two bills during the 2016 General Session.


    Carol Spackman Moss Wikipedia

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