Carol Spackman Moss
Representative Carol Spackman Moss represents House District 34 in the Utah State Legislature. Her district includes most of the city of Holladay, and parts of Millcreek and Murray. She was elected in 2000 and is currently the longest-serving female legislator in Utah history.
In her two decades in the Utah Legislature, Representative Moss has worked on many important issues that directly affect people in our community and state. She has passed bills to help refugees get easier access to driver’s licenses, passed legislation and goLen funding in 2023 to improve mental health treatment and prevent suicide in county jails. She has passed many public educa0on bills, including two bills in 2023 to support and fund the International Baccalaureate program for students to get college credit in high school. She has passed anti-bullying and hazing laws to protect vulnerable students, a teacher mentoring program to train and retain quality teachers, and continues to work to provide instruction in health classes to prevent sexual violence and assault. She has also worked extensively on the opioid epidemic, passing four bills to make the overdose reversal drug Naloxone more accessible to the public and two Good Samaritan bills, legisla0on that has saved countless lives in the past ten years.
Outside of her legislative work, Representative Moss, a retired high school English and student government teacher, regularly speaks to high school and university government and political science classes, to teachers and other groups about the political process and the importance of civic engagement. She has served on many boards and is currently on the State Opioid Task Force and the Utah Marriage Commission. Her late husband Bob Moss and she traveled extensively, including with humanitarian organiza0ons to Peru and Ethiopia. She is the mother of three daughters, two stepsons, and six grandchildren and loves traveling, spending 0me with them, and sharing favorite books with her mother/daughters/nieces book club.
Economic Development and Workforce Services Interim Committee
Education Interim Committee
House Education Committee
House Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Committee