Mike Lee Office Locations, Phone Number and Email

Mike Lee Office Locations, Phone Number and Email details and information have been provided here. Elected in 2010 as Utah’s 16th Senator, Mike Lee has spent his career defending the basic liberties of Americans and Utahns as a tireless advocate for our founding constitutional principles.

Lee served the state of Utah as Governor Jon Huntsman’s General Counsel and was later honored to reunite with Justice Alito, now on the Supreme Court, for a one-year clerkship. He returned to private practice in 2007.

Mike Lee
Mike Lee

Mike Lee Office Locations, Phone Number and Email

James V. Hansen Federal Building
324 25th Street, Suite 1410
Ogden, Utah 84401
Phone: 801-392-9633
Fax: 801-392-9630

Washington, D.C.
361A Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: 202-224-5444

St. George
Office of Senator Michael S. Lee
285 West Tabernacle, Suite 200
St. George, UT 84770
Phone: 435-628-5514

Salt Lake City
Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building
125 South State, Suite 4225
Salt Lake City, UT 84138
Phone: 801-524-5933
Fax: 801-524-5730

Official Portal: https://www.lee.senate.gov/public/

Sen. Lee Introduces Protecting Life in Foreign Assistance Act

WASHINGTON – Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced the Protecting Life in Foreign Assistance Act Monday, a bill that would codify President Trump’s 2017 executive order prohibiting the availability of foreign aid to organizations that provide or promote abortions.


On the website you may select the type of flag you wish to purchase using a variety of electronic payment methods. Prices vary depending on flag type and size. Please reach out to Senator Lee’s D.C. office at 202-224-5444 with any additional questions.

Quick Facts

  • Born: 4 June 1971, Mesa, Arizona, United States
  • Children: Eliza Rose Lee, James Rex Lee, John David Lee
  • Office: Senator (UT) since 2011
  • Education: Brigham Young University (1997), and MORE
  • Spouse: Sharon Lee (m. 1993)

During the presidential race in 2016, Lee refused to support the Republican nominee—and eventual winner—Donald Trump. That year Lee was easily reelected, and he continued to pursue a conservative agenda, notably supporting Trump’s decision in 2017 to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, an international agreement to lower greenhouse gas emissions.