Utah Rep. Ken Ivory Resigning; New Job Cited As Reason
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah legislator is stepping down.
State House officials announced Friday that Rep. Ken Ivory will resign Monday because he has accepted a new job that will require his full time and attention.
Ivory is a Republican who was first elected in November 2010.
The House officials’ announcement of Ivory’s resignation said the Salt Lake County Republican Party will establish a process for choosing a replacement to be submitted to Gov. Herbert for appointment.