Abraham O. Smoot ( February 17, 1815 – 1895) was a Mormon pioneer and the second mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Born in Owenton, Kentucky, Smoot's mother converted to Mormonism in 1833, and he followed her in 1835. Smoot moved from Kentucky to Missouri in 1837 at the urging of LDS church founder Joseph Smith, Jr., and later led a company of pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley in 1856, serving as mayor of Salt Lake City from 1857 to 1866. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abraham O. Smoot"
Daniel Hanmer Wells ( October 27, 1814 – March 24, 1891) was an apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the third mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, as well as a polygamist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daniel H. Wells"
Deedee Corradini served as mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah from 1992 to 2000 Corradini was Salt Lake City's first and only female mayor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deedee Corradini"
George Montgomery Scott ( July 27, 1835 – November 19, 1915) was the first non- Mormon mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah. He was a member of the Liberal Party and served as mayor of Salt Lake City from 1890 to 1892. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Montgomery Scott"
Joseph Bracken Lee ( January 7, 1899– October 20, 1996), better known as J. Bracken Lee, was a political figure in the state of Utah, United States. He served as two terms as governor of the state from 1949 to 1957, as well as six, two-year terms as Mayor of Price, Utah, from 1935 to 1947, and three terms as mayor of Salt Lake City from 1960 to 1971. ...more on Wikipedia about "J. Bracken Lee"
Edwin Jacob Garn (born October 12, 1932) served as a U.S. Senator representing Utah from 1974 to 1993. Garn became the first member of the United States Congress to fly in space when he flew aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery as a payload specialist during NASA mission STS-51-D ( April 12- April 19, 1985). He is a member of the United States Republican Party. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jake Garn"
Jedediah Morgan Grant ( 1816– 1856) (commonly known as Jedediah M. Grant) was a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was member of the First Council of the Seventy from 1845 to 1854. He also served in the First Presidency under President Brigham Young from 1854 to 1856. He is known for his fiery speeches during the Reformation of 1856, earning the nickname, "Brigham's Sledgehammer". Among his children, most notable is Heber J. Grant, who served as President of the Church. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jedediah M. Grant" www.shortopedia.com Dreamteam. Mayors_of_Salt_Lake_City
This is a list of mayors of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Salt Lake City was incorporated on January 6, 1851. The mayor of Salt Lake City is a non-partisan position. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of mayors of Salt Lake City"
Palmer DePaulis is a politician in the US state of Utah. DePaulis served as head of the state tax commission under Governor Mike Leavitt and was mayor of Salt Lake City from 1985 to 1992. He was the first Roman Catholic mayor of Salt Lake City. ...more on Wikipedia about "Palmer DePaulis"
Robert Newton Baskin was born December 20, 1837, in Hillsboro, Ohio. He attended Salem Academy, near Chillicothe, Ohio and studied law with the firm of James H. Thompson in Salem, Ohio. In route for California, Baskin visited the Little Cottonwood mining district with Thomas Hearst and saw possibilities in the minerals of Utah Territory and decided to stay. ...more on Wikipedia about "R. N. Baskin"
Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson (born 1951) is the current mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah. He was born in Logan and received a bachelor's degree in science from the University of Utah and a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University. Although the office of mayor in Salt Lake City is nonpartisan, Anderson's personal party affiliation is Democratic, and much of his platform is that of a liberal Democrat. Anderson was first elected in 1999 and was reelected in 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rocky Anderson"
Ted Lewis Wilson was mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA from 1976 until July, 1985. He won three elections. Wilson resigned during his third term to become the director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah where he held an adjunct assistant professorship of Political Science. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ted Wilson"
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