2008 U.S. congressional elections (Utah)
In the 110th Congress, Utah had 1 Democrat and 2 Republicans in the U.S. House and 2 Republican senators.
In the 2008 elections, Utah elected 1 Democrat and 2 Republicans to the U.S. House. Neither Senate seat was up for election.
Neither senate seat was up for election in 2008.
Incumbent (Republican): Robert Bishop
Winner: Robert Bishop
- Democratic candidate: Morgan Bowen
- Republican candidate: Robert Bishop
- Libertarian candidate: Joseph Buchman
Incumbent (Democrat): Jim Matheson
Winner: Jim Matheson
- Democratic candidate: Jim Matheson
- Republican candidate: Bill Dew
- Libertarian candidate: Mathew Arndt
Incumbent: none (Chris Cannon lost in primary elections.)
Winner: Jason Chaffetz