The State of Utah is led by the governor and legislators. The Governor and Lt. Governor are elected for four-year terms with no limit. They support and oversee the welfare of the people in every county within the state. The Utah House of Representatives is comprised of 75 elected members who represent the interests of their specific districts within the State. Representative serve two-year terms without term limits. The Utah State Senate is comprised of 29 elected members representing an equal number of senate districts. Senators serve four-year terms without term limits and advocate for the needs and interests of approximately 95,000 constituents in the individual district they serve.