“Senator Evan Vickers has worked tirelessly to not only understand the issues facing our district but to be involved in protecting our rural way of life. I have appreciated how hard he has worked on public land, agriculture, economic development, healthcare, wildland fire and other issues. He sponsors bills that are very pertinent to our area and seeks input from all stakeholders. His conservative voting record reflects the conservative nature of the Senate district that he represents. I ask you to join me in supporting Evan in his re-election as our State Senator.” -Kent Heideman
Senator Evan Vickers was born in Panguitch, Utah and raised in Beaver, Utah. He attended the University of Utah College of Pharmacy and graduated in 1977. He and his family own four businesses in Cedar City, Utah.
Senator Vickers served on the Cedar City Council from 1987-99. He has served on numerous civic boards including the Iron County Board of Adjustments, Cedar City Airport Board, Cedar City Water Board, Utah Pharmacists Association, and Cedar City Recreation Board. He currently serves on the Iron Mission Board, Valley View Medical Center Board and SUU Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Policy Board.
Senator Vickers was named NFIB Utah Small Business Champion of the Year in 2006 as well as small businessman of the year for the Cedar City Chamber of Commerce.
Senator Vickers was elected to the Utah House of Representatives in 2009 and was elected to the Utah State Senate in 2012. He serves as Chairman of the Senate Health and Human Services (HHS) Standing Committee, Co-Chair of the interim HHS committee and also serves on the Transportation Interim Committee and Senate Natural Resources Committee.
Senator Vickers and his wife, Chris, have five children who have all worked in their businesses.