V. Lowry Snow, Pat Bradley, Bradley Root, and Diane Adams had each expressed an interest to served the balance of Clark's legislative term which expires in 2012.
Clark resigned his seat last month in the State Legislature to run for Utah’s 2nd District Congressional office.
House District 74 represents residents of Santa Clara, Ivins, parts of St. George and other areas within Washington County.
Snow is one of the founding partners of Snow Jensen & Reece in St. George, where he has established himself as a leading real estate, civil litigation, business and land use planning attorney. His clients include both private and public sectors. He has served as the President of the Utah State Bar and currently serves as a charter board member of the Southern Utah Community Legal Center; a non-profit organized and dedicated to the delivery of pro-bono legal services to the underprivileged in Southern Utah.
He currently serves as the Chairman of the Utah State Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission and is the immediate past Chairman of the Washington County Economic Development Council and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Economic Development Corporation of Utah.
Snow graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in 1975 and earned his Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University Law School in 1979. He began his law practice in St. George in 1979 and was co-founder in 1986 of the law firm Snow & Jensen now Snow, Jensen & Reece.
He and his wife Sheryl, residents of Santa Clara, are the parents of 6 children and 10 grandchildren.