Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) this week swore in Republican Celeste Maloy to represent Utah’s 2nd Congressional district, bringing the chamber to full capacity at 435 members.

Maloy, a former House aide, was elected last week in a special election to replace former Rep. Chris Stewart (R, UT-2), who resigned in September to help with his wife’s illness.

Maloy won 57 percent of the vote and had no primary challenger.

A graduate of Southern Utah University, Maloy earned her law degree from Brigham Young University (BYU) before heading to Capitol Hill, where she worked for Rep. Stewart.

Utah’s 2nd District stretches across much of northern Utah and has been held by Republicans for decades.

With Maloy’s swearing in, the House now sits at 222-213, meaning Republicans can only afford to lose four votes.