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Representative Dailey-Provost in a meeting


Jennifer Dailey-Provost

Representative Dailey-Provost

District 22

Jen Dailey-Provost has the distinct privilege of representing House District 22, which encompasses the vibrant neighborhoods of Marmalade, Capitol Hill, the Avenues, the University of Utah, and downtown Salt Lake City in the Utah House of Representatives. Additionally, she holds the esteemed position of Minority Whip for the House Democratic Caucus. Representative Dailey-Provost secured her initial election victory in November 2018 and officially commenced her legislative service in January 2019.

Representative Dailey-Provost’s policy objectives and fervor are centered around a diverse array of critical issues, including the enhancement of health outcomes, advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights and protections, championing disability rights, addressing the opioid crisis, improving the state's medical cannabis program, promoting air quality and environmental preservation, advancing education, advocating for restorative justice, and safeguarding our robust voting rights.

In addition to her legislative duties, Representative Dailey-Provost is dedicated to furthering her academic pursuits and is currently pursuing her PhD in Public Health at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Professionally, she serves as a public health researcher and holds a teaching faculty position at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Furthermore, she is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Utah's Center for Business, Health, and Prosperity.

Representative Dailey-Provost and her family make their home in the Avenues neighborhood. Her educational background includes a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business and an MBA earned from Westminster University's Gore School of Business. Embracing the exceptional quality of life that Utah offers, Jen and her family relish the remarkable access to the great outdoors that the state provides. She nurtures her passions for skiing and running, but also enjoys hiking, biking, camping, reading, and knitting cozy things.


  • Administrative Rules Review and General Oversight Committee

  • Executive Appropriations Committee

  • House Government Operations Committee

  • House Health and Human Services Committee

  • Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee


HB0052 - Industrial Hemp Amendments

HB0079 - Initiatives and Referenda Amendments

HB0100 - Workforce Development Funding Amendments

HB0137 - Disability Coverage Amendments 

HB0260 - Controlled Substances Amendments

HB0270 - Multicounty Appraisal Trust Modifications

HB0393 - Services for People with Disabilities 

HB0397 - Educator Salary Modifications 

HB0416 - Nonprofit Hospital Amendments 

HB0525 - Agricultural Amendments

HB0547 - Law Enforcement Quota Amendments

HCR004 - Concurrent Resolution Proclaiming World Refugee Day

HCR006 - Concurrent Resolution Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Tanner Dance

HJR004 - Joint Rules Resolution Fiscal Note Process 

RFA Infrastructure for the Center for Medical Cannabis Research

RFA Security Infrastructure for Domestic Violence Shelters

RFA Tanner's Program for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

350 N State Street Suite 350,

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