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Marc was elected to the Utah State Legislature in 2012 and served in the House of Representatives until 2020, representing the people of District 67 in southern Utah County. 

During his time in the legislature Marc served on the following committees:

  • Business and Labor

  • Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice

  • Political Subdivisions

  • Chair of Government Operations

  • Chair of Administrative Rules

  • The Sentencing Commission

  • Business and Economic Development appropriations

  • Health and Human Services appropriations

  • Natural Resources appropriations

Marc was an avid proponent for free markets, individual liberty, property rights and limited government. Marc helped expand food freedom in Utah, introduced regulatory sandboxes and sponsored legislation for Ranked Choice voting in Utah.

Marc currently serves on the boards of the Red Acre Center for Food and Agriculture and Utah Ranked Choice Voting.

Marc Roberts grew up in Provo Utah. From 2000-2002 he lived in Argentina as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He attended college at Brigham Young University in Provo Utah where he earned a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and played on the BYU basketball team.


Marc is the Co-Founder and CEO of a payment technology company in Spanish Fork Utah named Zift.


He currently lives in Salem Utah with his wife Casey and 5 kids.

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