Joseph Bracken Lee (January 7, 1899 – October 20, 1996) was a political figure in the state of Utah, United States. A Republican, he served two terms as the ninth Governor of Utah (1949–57), six two-year terms as mayor of Price, Utah (1935–47), and three terms as the 27th mayor of Salt Lake City (1960–71). A strong fiscal conservative, Lee made deep spending cuts in the state budget. He lost the Republican primary in 1956, and launched an unsuccessful third party run to keep the governorship. In 1960, he was the Conservative Party's nominee for President.
Lee was the most recent of the three Governors of Utah who were not members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. While descended from Mormons, he never joined the Church, but nonetheless maintained a successful political career.