|Utah State Senate District 21|
|2003 - 2010|
|Resigned office January 16, 2010|
Killpack earned his B.S. from Weber State University in 1994.
Killpack worked as Director of Marketing for Lagoon Corporation Incorporated. He is currently vice president of Academia West.
Killpack was appointed to the Utah State Senate in June of 2003. In 2008, he served as Assistant Majority Whip. He was the Senate Majority Leader when he resigned his position. Killpack represented the 21st District.
- Ethics Committee, Utah Senate
- Transportation and Public Utilities and Technology Committee, Utah Senate
- Workforce Services and Community and Economic Development Committee, Utah Senate
Killpack and his wife Nicole have four children.
Arrest for suspicion of DUI
On January 15, 2010 Killpack was pulled over by a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper for driving erratically. The trooper smelled "a strong odor of alcohol," and had Killpack perform sobriety tests. Killpack was arrested when he refused to take a breath test, spending about two hours in jail. The next day Killpack announced that he would resign his office effective immediately.
He stated, "My heart weighs heavy. I have a tremendous amount of respect for the legislative process, my legislative colleagues and for my constituents. At this time the Legislature would be a distraction from what is most important and, frankly, I find that I have become a distraction to the Legislature."
Killpack raised $93,452 for his campaign, while Mortimer raised $1,550, Bennett raised $0 and Zimmerman raised $32. 
|Utah State Senate, District 21 (2006)|
|Sheldon Killpack (R)||9,555|
|Anita Mortimer (D)||3,737|
|Joshua Bennett (C)||697|
|Brent Zimmerman (L)||355|
In 2006, a year in which Killpack was up for re-election, he collected $93,452 in donations.
His four largest contributors in 2006 were:
|Utah Association of Realtors||$7,500|
|Republican Senate Campaign Committee of Utah||$3,000|
|Utah County Legislative PAC||$3,000|
- Official Utah State Senate website
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004
|Utah Senate District 21
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