Mormons serving in the House of Representatives (112th Congress)
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Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, has held his seat in Utah's 1st Congressional district in the House of Representatives since 2002 and has never faced a significant challenge for his position. Bishop served as a member of the Utah State House of Representatives and was House Majority Leader and later served as Speaker of the House. He is a member of the Tea Party.
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