Compromise & REspect
"We have to be flexible if we're going to make any progress."
For the 65th and 66th legislative sessions (2019 & 2020), I'm proud to serve on the House Labor, Health & Social Services, and House Revenue committees.
A true democracy needs differing perspectives, opinions, and solutions. Legislatures of the past have prized listening, communication, respect, and compromise in the name of progress. But when political parties put ideological purity above all else, we all suffer for it because less and less actually gets accomplished.
I intend to prize listening, communication, respect, and compromise in all of my committee assignments, and with all of my fellow legislators, trusting that we can enact legislation that benefits Wyoming today and well into the future.
"I stand with Ranchers."
In my first two terms in the House of Representatives, I fought tirelessly for ranchers. In my third, I intend to continue to do so. We need to support measures at a state level that enable ranchers to retain, and not sell off, their ranches. Wyoming wildlife depends on ranchers to steward much of the open space they winter upon, and we all depend on ranchers to preserve a way of life that only exists in the American West.