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Calvin Lewellyn Rampton

During Utah's history there have been 14 Territorial Governors and 17 Governors of the State.

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Calvin Lewellyn Rampton

1965-1977 DEMOCRAT
(November 6, 1913- )

A Bountiful native, Rampton was awarded the Bronze Star and other commendations while serving in Europe during World War II. He later served as Davis County attorney and assistant attorney general. Utah's first three-term governor, he created the Industrial Promotion Council and the Utah Travel Council to capitalize on the state's business and tourist potential and to create jobs. He supported important civil rights legislation, increased spending for education and numerous state building projects. He retired to a private law practice.

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