Of the 253 candidates who filed for Utah House or Senate, only 58 were women. That's less than 23%.
Of the 58 female candidates, 17 were Republican. So less than 7% of all legislative candidates were Republican women.
5 of the 58 female candidates withdrew after filing, 8 were defeated at their party convention, and 1 was defeated in a primary. That leaves 44 women on the ballot for the general election with 138 men. That means 24% of general election candidates are female. Women fared slightly better than men in party conventions and primaries.