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New Chief of Staff for Congressman Chris Stewart

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Representative Chris Stewart

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – A familiar face to the Utah delegation has been named as Congressman Chris Stewart’s new Chief of Staff.

Clay White, a native of Beaver, Utah, steps into the role, and Cam Madsen, a legislative assistant on Stewart’s team, will take over White’s previous role as Legislative Director.

“Both Clay and Cam have been critical members of my staff over the years. Clay’s extensive policy knowledge and leadership skills make him a great choice for Chief of Staff. Cam is familiar with complex issues and knows the legislative process as good as anyone,” said Congressman Stewart.  “I have every confidence in both Clay and Cam and look forward to seeing them succeed in their new roles.”

During his six-year career on Capitol Hill, White has served in multiple positions for both Representatives Stewart and Chaffetz. He attended both Dixie State University and Utah Valley University where he earned his political science degree, and he has a master’s in public management from Johns Hopkins University.

Madsen, has served as a Legislative Assistant since Congressman Stewart joined Congress in 2013. He is a Cache Valley native and received his bachelor’s in political science from Utah State University.

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