Lincoln Fillmore

Lincoln Fillmore
Member of the Utah Senate
from the 10th district
Assumed office
Preceded by Aaron Osmond
Personal details
Political party Republican Party
Residence South Jordan, Utah
Alma mater University of Utah
Occupation Business Owner
Religion The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church)

Lincoln Fillmore is a Republican Senator for Utah State's 10th Senate District. He was appointed by Governor Gary Herbert to fill a vacant seat caused by the resignation of Aaron Osmond.[1]

Early life, education, and career

Lincoln was born in Salt Lake County and lived there until he was a teenager, then being when his family moved to a town near San Francisco. While living in California as teenager, Lincoln wrote a conservative news column for his town's newspaper. He also ran for city council at the age of 18. At the age of 21 Lincoln moved back to Utah. Once back in Utah Lincoln got a degree from the University of Utah in Mass Communications. He has spent his professional career working in education as a teacher, principal, and as a school business manager.[2] He is the president of the company Charter Solutions.[3]

Political career

Senator Fillmore serves is the Senator of district 10 in Utah. Before being appointed to the Senate in 2016, he served as a county and state delegate for the Republican Party. He also has been a precinct, legislative, and regional chair for the party. Senator Fillmore is currently up for reelection because he was appointed to fill the last year of Senator Osmond's term. He currently has two challengers in the primary.[4]

Committees that Senator Fillmore was on in the 2016 legislative session:[5]


2016 sponsored bills

Bill Number and Title[6] Status of BillPrimary
S.B. 95 General Obligation Bonds Amendments Senate/Filed for bills not passed 3/10/2016
S.B. 145 Property Taxes on Former Prison Property Senate/Filed for bills not passed 3/10/2016
S.B. 153 Self-Reliance Training for Public Assistance Recipients Governor Signed 3/25/2016
S.B. 216 Department of Corrections Amendments Governor Signed 3/23/2016
S.B. 235 Local District Tax Revisions Senate/Filed for bills not passed 3/10/2016
S.B. 242 Special Education Intensive Needs Fund Amendments Governor Signed 3/23/2016
S.B. 244 School Funding Provisions Senate/Filed for bills not passed 3/10/2016
S.J.R. 14 Joint Resolution on Teacher Licensure Standards for The Twenty-First Century Senate/Filed for bills not passed 3/10/2016

Notable legislation

In the 2016 legislative session Senator Fillmore passed a bill that requires those who receive public assistance to take two hours of self-reliance training a week.[7]


  1. "Story Details - Governor Gary Herbert". Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  2. "About". Lincoln Fillmore. Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  3. "Charter Solutions : About Us". Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  4. "Lincoln Fillmore - Ballotpedia". Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  5. "District 10 Senator - Utah State Senate". Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  6. "2016 -- Legislation(Senate)". Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  7. Cortez, Marjorie. "Bill would require training for some public assistance recipients". Retrieved 2016-03-30.
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