Tell The Tribune: What’s your experience interning at the Utah Legislature?

A former legislative intern recently made an allegation that she was sexually harassed by the lawmaker she worked for at the Utah Capitol.

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Utah House of Representatives meets at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Friday, March 25, 2022.

In early August, a former intern for Utah state Sen. Gene Davis detailed allegations of sexual harassment by a longtime lawmaker during her time as a legislative intern and later while working on his reelection campaign.

The 20-year-old University of Utah student accused multiple institutions, including the office at the Legislature that is responsible for coordinating internships, of being aware of past allegations against Davis. The Utah Senate has initiated its own independent investigation of the allegations, while the Utah Democratic Party announced Davis’ suspension and called for the senator to step down.

The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from you if you’ve worked at the Utah Legislature — whether as an intern, staffer, lobbyist or lawmaker — and have experienced or witnessed any kind of sexual misconduct.

Please fill out the survey below. If you’re comfortable with being interviewed about your responses, a reporter may reach out to hear more about your time working for the Legislature. Your response won’t be published unless we contact you and receive your permission.