Professionally, Steve owns a public relations and marketing business, which he opened in 2002 after 17 years as the marketing director for both the Standard-Examiner and Deseret News.
    He represents a variety of clients and assists them with their communications and marketing needs. He has written several company histories including, A Century of Putting People First, the Centennial History of First National Bank of Layton and Lagoon: America’s Largest, Family-Owned Amusement Park.
     A graduate of the University of Utah, Steve has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s in Human Resources Management.   


Thank you for your support.

Someone once said, “You’re only as strong as your weakest link.” While that applies to many aspects of life, when it comes to our inspired form of representative government it has never been truer. Because government, at all levels, is too big and bureaucratic, many feel lost and that they don’t have a voice. As a result, they sit on the sidelines, don’t engage and don’t vote. That’s not the American or the Utah way. Your voice does matter, it does count, and it can be heard. Let’s work together making our community and state even stronger than ever. Together, we can make a difference.

Rep. Steve Handy, Republican, represents Utah’s 16th legislative district, which covers east Layton, a small portion of Clearfield and Hill Air Force Base.
He was appointed by Governor Gary R. Herbert in April, 2010 and has been re-elected four times.
    His committee assignments include:  Chairman, House Ethics; Vice Chairman, Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology; Member, Natural Resources, Environment, and Agriculture; Member, Natural Resources, Environment, and Agriculture Appropriations.

    He has been an adjunct professor in the David Eccles School of Business teaching Marketing Communications in the Professional MBA program at the University of Utah.
     Steve served as President of the Davis Arts Council and eight years on the Layton City Council. Currently, he is a board member of the American Red Cross of Utah.  He also serves on the United Way of Salt Lake’s Davis County Leadership Council. In May 2016, Steve was appointed to the U.S. Forest Service’s Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Resources Advisory Council by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.
    Steve and his wife, Holly, have lived in Layton for 38 years and have six children and 13 grandchildren. 

Representing you has been a great honor and a trust that I don't take lightly. I look forward to your continuing support and sharing your concerns as we move ahead.

National Rifle Association—A- Rating and Endorsement, 2016 Election
Utah Taxpayers Association—Named Friend of the Taxpayer, 2016
Davis Education Association—Endorsement, 2016 Election
Utah Public Employees Association—Endorsement, 2016 Election



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