Todd Weiler is a Republican member of the Utah State Senate. He lives in Woods Cross, Utah. Weiler was first appointed to the state Senate in January 2012.
Weiler received his business degree from Brigham Young University and continued on there to get his J.D. degree from J. Reuben Clark Law School. Senator Weiler is affiliated with the Utah State Bar, and is associated with the Utah League of Cities and Towns. Weiler is an attorney by profession. Weiler has worked in-house for Logistics Specialties, Inc. He served as vice president of legal and general counsel, where he manages a small business unit and conducts all in-house legal needs.
Weiler has been married to his wife Elizabeth since 1991. They have four children, all of whom are currently enrolled in public school.
Weiler was appointed to his Senate seat on January 13, 2012, by the Governor. Before his job as Senator, Weiler was a member of Woods Cross City Council. From 1999 to 2011 he served as a delegate on the Rob Bishop for Congress Finance Committee and the Utah GOP State Central Committee. He was also the Davis County Republican Party Chair and the Utah GOP Vice Chair.
Weiler maintains a dismissive view of socialism, communism, and other economic systems that he perceives as threatening to American capitalism. Weiler lobbied to declare pornography a public health crisis, saying, “I’m here to agree with many others who have called pornography a plague.” He further lobbied to mandate pornography filters on the internet at large.