House District 10 – Rep. Dixon Pitcher (Republican)

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Overview

  • Biography and Contact Information
  • Associations and Conflicts of Interest

Legislature

  • Present and Past Legislation
  • Current Committees

Elections

  • 2016 Results
  • 2016 Fundraising

District Profile

  • Location
  • Demographics
  • Economy

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[sta_anchor id=”1″]Overview

Biography and Contact Information

House District: 10
Served Since: January 1, 1985 – December 31, 1986; January 1, 2011
Education: B.A., Weber State University; M.A., Political Science, Utah State University
Profession: Real Estate

Email: dpitcher@le.utah.gov
Home Phone: 801-476-8080
Cell Phone: 801-710-9150
Work Phone: 801-476-0345

Associations and Conflicts of Interest:

Current Stated Conflicts of Interest:

  • All American Playground, Inc. (President – Self)
  • Pitcher’s Sports (President – Self, Spouse)
  • D & D Investment (President – Self)
  • Layton Park Hospitality (President – Self)
  • Uintah Park Hospitality (President – Self)
  • Uintah Self Storage (President – Self)
  • Pitcher’s Gymnastics Inc. (President – Self)
  • Best Western Canyon Pines Hotel (President – Self)
  • Best Western Layton Park Hotel (President – Self)
  • Country Pines Assisted Living Center & Memory Care (Owner – Self)
  • Weber County Sheriffs Foundation (Chairman – Self)
  • Smitty’s Tire & Service (Owner – Self)

Prior Stated Conflicts of Interest:

  • 2015
    • Same as 2016
  • 2014
    • Same as 2016
    • All American Trampoline Commerical Properties (President – Self)
    • Country Pines 1 & 2 (Employee – Self)
    • Goodyear Tire Store (Owner – Self)

Stated Current or Former Professional and Community Affiliations:

  • Weber County Sherriff’s Foundation

[sta_anchor id=”2″]Legislature

Present and Past Legislation:

Current Committees

  • (coming soon)

[sta_anchor id=”3″]Elections

2016 Results:

Dixon Pitcher (Republican): 55%, 6,228 votes
Jesus (Jesse) Garcia (Democrat): 37%, 4,252 votes
Derryck Gordon (Libertarian): 7%, 788 votes

2016 Fundraising:

Total Raised: $14,050 from 34 donors

Total Raised from Corporate Donors: $13,200
Number of Corporate Donors: 31
Average Donation from Corporations: $425
Total Raised from Individual Donors: $850
Number of Individual Donors: 3
Average Donation from Individuals: $283
Average Overall Donation: $413
Utah/Outside Money: 95%/5%

$500+ Corporate Donors:

  • $1,500 – Utah Association of Realtors; Sandy, Utah
  • $1,000 – Reagan Outdoor Advertising; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $1,000 – Weber County Republican Party; South Ogden, Utah
  • $750 – Utah Bankers Association; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $750 – Utah House Republican Election Committee; Layton, Utah
  • $500 – Entertainment Software Association; Washinton, D.C.
  • $500 – America First Development Fund; Ogden, Utah
  • $500 – Local 222 Drive Chapter; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $500 – The Sinclair Companies; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $500 – Utah AFL-CIO; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $500 – Utah Stream Access Coalition; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $500 – Worker Compensation Fund of Utah; Sandy, Utah

$500+ Individual Donors:

  • $500 – Ray Kimber; Ogden, Utah

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Location:

County(ies): Weber
Major Cities: Washington Terrace, South Ogden (Partial)

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Demographics:

Percent Pre-School Age (0-4): 8% (Ranked 57th)
Percent School Age (5-17): 20% (Ranked 55th)
Percent Retirement Age (65+): 11% (Ranked 20th)

Percent White: 79% (Ranked 68th)
Percent Latino: 26% (Ranked 8th)

Percent Born in Utah: 58% (Ranked 57th)

Percent with 2 parents working: 39% (Ranked 47th)

25+ with no HS Diploma: 16% (Ranked 10th)
25+ HS Graduate: 24% (Ranked 37th)
25+ with Some College: 25% (Ranked 65th)
25+ with Associate’s Degree: 9% (Ranked 46th)
25+ with Bachelor’s Degree: 17% (Ranked 47th)
25+ with Master’s or above: 9% (Ranked 34th)

Economy:

Top 3 Employment Sectors:

  • Education, Health Care, Social Assistance: 23% (Ranked 26th)
  • Manufacturing: 15% (Ranked 14th)
  • Retail Trade: 11% (Ranked 61st)

Percent Households Earning <$15,000: 15% (Ranked 9th)
Percent Households Earning $15,000-$29,999: 18% (Ranked 13th)
Percent Households Earning $30,000-44,999: 18% (Ranked 15th)
Percent Households Earning $45,000-$59,999: 14% (Ranked 46th)
Percent Households Earning $60,000-$74,999: 11% (Ranked 52nd)
Percent Households Earning $75,000-$99,999: 10% (Ranked 68th)
Percent Households Earning $100,000-$149,999: 8% (Ranked 65th)
Percent Households Earning $150,000-$199,999: 3% (Ranked 45th)
Percent Households Earning $200,000+: 4% (Ranked 23rd)

Married Couples in Poverty: 26% (Ranked 57th)
Families with Male Head of Household in Poverty: 7% (Ranked 26th)
Families with Female Head of Household in Poverty: 25% (ranked 34th)
Non-Family Households in Poverty 42% (Ranked 27th)
Percent receiving Food Stamps/Public Assistance: 17% (Ranked 6th)

Vacant Housing Units: 6% (Ranked 29th)

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