When I started my campaign, I chose the slogan “Fighting for Wyoming Families.” I chose that slogan in part because as a candidate I am fighting for the future of my family. In truth though, Wyoming is small enough that we sink or swim together; prosperity for your family means prosperity for my family. As governor I will be fighting for your family every bit as much as I will be fighting for my own.
I recognize that simply having a vision for prosperity doesn’t make me qualified to be governor. For that, we need someone with the guts to fight and the knowledge to implement an effective administration. I have spent my career as an advocate for Wyoming businesses, municipalities, irrigation districts, sportsmen groups, and families, ensuring equal access to justice for those being marginalized by an overreaching government bureaucracy. A quick review of my record will show you that no one has been a stronger fighter for Wyoming’s people.
Through this work I have collaborated with brilliant minds from every industry and government sector, from geologists to ecologists, engineers to accountants, public employees to CEOs. I have forged deep relationships with Wyoming people who know Wyoming issues; fiscal and constitutional conservatives who I have personally vetted and who can implement an effective State government that is accountable, efficient, and transparent. Above all, I am prepared to step into office as an advocate for this State, bringing to bear all of the policy knowledge and regulatory expertise that is necessary to free our industries, counties, towns, hospitals, colleges, school districts, and families to develop innovative solutions to Wyoming issues.
As governor, I can’t solve all of the problems. However, I can create an atmosphere in which private enterprise, and more specifically Wyoming people, can solve them.
It is my vision for Wyoming families, united with my experience fighting for them that makes me uniquely qualified for the Office of Governor. I am asking for your vote on or before August 21st because the future of Wyoming families will be shaped by the next administration, and I look forward to shaping that future as your next governor.