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has served in District as a WY Representative for County from 20 to the present. He has received a score for Representation, Competence and Integrity and therefore has been ranked as Trust.
He is up for reelection in 202 .
Overall earns a () for Representation.
It appears that missed votes across days in 2023 General Session:
appears to behave appropriately in public and to the public.
In 2023 was the primary sponsor of bills, and co-sponsored bills, and joint resolutions. Favored sponsorship topics appear to be . For more details, see his legislator webpage.
scored a () for Constitutional Competence with an average of % on the constitutional issues listed below. Because our cut-off is at 85%, came close to scoring a ( ). Constitutional issue categories that have a “N/A” grade, refer to specific bills that did not have the opportunity to vote on.
|Constitutional Bill Vote Scores|
|Separation of Governmental Powers||0|
|1st Amendment/ Right to Healthcare Decisions (Covid Mandates)||0|
|2nd Amendment / Right to Self Defense||0|
|4th & 5th Amendments||0|
|Right to Life/ Pro-Life||0|
|Protection of Children/ Parental Rights (Transgender Issues)||0|
|Sectarianism Prohibited in Schools (Critical Race Theory Issue)||0|
Because we have not found any conflicts of interest for , he receives a () for Integrity.
According to ‘s legislative webpage, his occupation is . According to ’s 2023 State Elected Officials Financial Disclosure available at Wyofile, he reports:
The table below shows all campaign contributions reported by the WY Secretary of State for .
From 20 to 2022 received contributions that total $. Of the donations, were from PACs. The total amount received from PACS was .
Noteworthy contributions are:
Click the arrows at the top of columns to sort the data by name, date, $ amount, etc. (Data is publicly available records obtained from the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Wyoming’s Campaign Finance Information System.)
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