- Rep. Frank typed his address into the House website and his name didn't come up as his representative, John Dougall's (of District 27) did.
- Craig contacted the state to let them know of the discrepancy. Maps were consulted, and it was determined that Frank does not live in his district, even though the Utah County Clerk's maps show that he does live in the district.
- House Speaker Becky Lockhart declared the seat vacant, per the Utah Constitution.
- District 57 citizens asked Governor Herbert to call a special session in order to clarify the boundaries
- Utah County GOP planned a special election for January 22 to replace Frank before the legislative session begins.
- Frank consulted attorneys and old maps and decided he might live in the district after all. He declared he is still the district's representative until the legislature decides not to seat him.
- Governor decided not to call special session.
- Utah County GOP moved the election back one week to January 29 in order to give the legislature a chance to make a decision on the matter.
There are a number of people rumored to have declared there candidacy in the special election to replace Craig Frank. Among them are activist and blogger Holly Richardson, 2010 Utah County Commissioner candidate Joel Wright, former district 57 candidate John Stevens, 2004-2009 Cedar Hills mayor Mike McGee, and financial advisor Gary Gygi.