Team Includes Nearly 70 Local & State Leaders Representing Energy, Agriculture, Tourism & Small Business
Cheyenne, Wyoming – Former Wyoming Congressman and current candidate for the U.S. Senate Cynthia Lummis announced her statewide campaign committee and county chairs today, unveiling a team of nearly 70 individuals from all across the state
“From the beginning, our campaign has been focused on Wyoming people – driven from the ground up by parents, grandparents, workers, students, small business owners and folks who want to ensure our Wyoming way-of-life continues for generations to come,” said Lummis. “I am honored to have such a strong team of supporters from across the state who not only represent their communities, but a variety of issues, priorities and industries.”
Lummis’ statewide campaign committee includes small business owners, ranchers, energy industry representatives as well as former and current local, state and federal elected officials. Members of the statewide committee are:
In addition to announcing her statewide campaign committee, Lummis also released a list of campaign county chairs who will help lead ground operations in their respective communities.
“In Wyoming, elections are won person-by-person, neighbor-by-neighbor,” said Lummis. “Having boots-on-the-ground in every county is essential to connecting with people in every community. I’m thrilled to have so many strong leaders on my team and look forward to working with them.”
The full list of Campaign County Chairs is as follows:
|ALBANY COUNTY||Brad Enzi|
|BIG HORN COUNTY||Dalton Banks|
|CAMPBELL COUNTY||Bob and Nancy Tarver, Nick and Norine Kasperik, John Hines|
|CARBON COUNTY||Teense and Sandy Willford|
|CONVERSE COUNTY||Jim and Jenna Lee Twiford|
|CROOK COUNTY||Ogden and Zannie Driskill|
|FREMONT COUNTY||Perry Marple, Daniel Ray|
|GOSHEN COUNTY||Doug Chamberlain|
|HOT SPRINGS COUNTY||Matt and Teresa Brown, Terry and Jim Wilson, Mike Baker|
|JOHNSON COUNTY||Mantha Phillips and Jim Purdy|
|LARAMIE COUNTY||Haley Davis, Natalie Hales, Phillip Regelski, Leigh Vosler|
|LINCOLN COUNTY||Kent Connelly, Dan Dockstader, Kevin Voyles|
|NATRONA COUNTY||Ryan McConnaughey, JoAnn and Shane True|
|NIOBRARA COUNTY||Joan and Gene Lenz|
|PLATTE COUNTY||Chuck and Katie Brown, Zane and Jennifer Nevins, Doug Kafka, Clara Powers|
|PARK COUNTY||Hank Coe, Mark and Jodi Thompson|
|SHERIDAN COUNTY||Cyrus Western, Bill and Carole Perkins, Bruce Burns|
|SWEETWATER COUNTY||Shannon and Richard Honacker, Bonnie Cannon, Jon Aimone|
|SUBLETTE COUNTY||Mary Lankford|
|TETON COUNTY||Mark Barron & Ruth Ann Petroff, Cathy Culver, Spencer King|
|UINTA COUNTY||Ron and Patty Micheli|
|WASHAKIE COUNTY||Rick Martin|
|WESTON COUNTY||Don Thorson|
Additional county chairs and campaign committee members are still being added.
For additional information on Lummis, visit www.lummisforwyoming.com.
About Cynthia Lummis
A fourth generation Wyoming native, Cynthia Lummis currently operates her family ranch in Laramie County with her brother and sister. From 2008 to 2016, she served as Wyoming’s lone Congressman in Washington, D.C. where she co-founded the Freedom Caucus, championed Wyoming’s mineral and energy resources and fought to rein in spending and reduce the federal deficit.
In Congress, Cynthia earned her reputation as a no-nonsense conservative and principled policymaker, garnering an ‘A+’ rating from the National Rifle Association and a 100% voting record with Right to Life. Her pro-Wyoming voting record earned her recognition as the legislator who opposed President Obama’s radical agenda more often than any other federal elected official.
Cynthia’s deep knowledge of public lands, energy and natural resource issues led her to interview with President Trump for a position in his cabinet as Secretary of the Interior in 2017 and 2019. She also served as a member of the Trump/Pence Transition Team.
Cynthia is a three-time graduate of the University of Wyoming (with degrees in animal science, biology, and law). She and her late-husband, Alvin Wiederspahn, have one daughter, Annaliese, son-in-law Will Cole, and a grandson, Gus.