State Rep. Quinn Kotter to step down in September
Aug 16, 2023, 6:29 PM
(AP photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
SALT LAKE CITY — State Rep. Quinn Kotter, R-West Valley City, announced Wednesday that he is resigning from the state legislature, according to a social media post from the Utah House Majority.
In a letter to House Speaker Brad Wilson, R-Kaysville, Kotter said he intends to step down effective, Sept. 9.
Rep. Kotter has notified Speaker Wilson of his intent to resign from the Utah House of Representatives, effective September 9, 2023. We wish Rep. Kotter health and happiness. pic.twitter.com/hgIZH0p7nf
— Utah House Majority (@utahhousereps) August 16, 2023
KSL NewsRadio’s Lindsay Aerts reports that Kotter says circumstances in his life are impacting his ability to serve. Stress levels are also reportedly affecting his health and work.
BREAKING: West Valley Rep Quinn Kotter is stepping down from the Utah legislature. His letter to @BradWilsonGOP says life circumstances have affected his ability to serve, and the stress is starting to “severely” affect his health and work.@kslnewsradio #utpol pic.twitter.com/B8CmggBzWV
— Lindsay Aerts (@LindsayOnAir) August 16, 2023
Kotter began his legislative service in January.
Lindsay Aerts and Jessica Lowell contributed to this report.
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