12 Facts About Stuart Adams


Stuart Adams was born on 1954 or 1955 and is the Senator for the Utah State Senate's 7th District.


Stuart Adams graduated from Layton High in 1972, and earned his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Utah in business finance.


Stuart Adams is married to his wife, Susan and they have four children together.


Stuart Adams previously served as the President of the Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association.


Stuart Adams is a former chairman of the Utah State Transportation Commission.


Stuart Adams served as chairman of the Military Installation Development Authority.


Stuart Adams commenced his service in the Senate on September 16,2009.


In 2004, [then Representative] Stuart Adams was named the 2004 Legislator of the Year by the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, the 2004 Legislator of the Year by the International Code Council, and 2004 Representative of the Year by the Davis County Republican Women.


In September 2018 Stuart Adams was instrumental in obtaining a $1.4 million appropriation to overpay for software from the Utah company Qualtrics.


In 2022, Stuart Adams, serving as the Utah Senate president, opened the 2022 general session of the 64th legislature in person, without a mask.


In violation of CDC recommendations, Stuart Adams continued his legislative duties unmasked, conversing in close contact with fellow senators, staff and dignitaries, only wearing the required protection when meeting with members of the media.


The state legislature, under the leadership of Senate President Stuart Adams, ignored the commission's recommendations and drew and approved their own maps.