Wyoming, we’re in for continued high spending and high tax next two years with the election of new Republican House Leadership.
You may not be aware, but one of the single most consequential events for the next two years in Wyoming is happening this weekend. The newly elected Representative-elects and Senators/Senator-elects are meeting to decide who will fill the legislative leadership roles. I’d urge you to get involved in this momentous choice. Contact your newly elected… Read More »The next step for Wyoming?
This election has been a reasonably brutal one. There is a battle being waged openly for the first time in my memory for the Republican Party’s soul. Last evening as I was trying to sum up this election, David Holland posted a note to his Frontier Republican friends. With David’s permission, I reproduce that engaging… Read More »A Worthy closing Argument
You know you must be winning an argument when your opponents ignore the debate and go right to the personal attacks. I understand Evidence-based Wyoming Legislative Analysis Tool makes individual legislators angry. Thus, I work hard, removing all possible sources of bias, fixing errors when discovered, and taking full blame when the mistakes lead to… Read More »If you can’t win the argument, trash talk!
Forgive me, I’m not particularly eager to stoop to such comments, but that one was too funny not to include. Beware who you vote for down-ballot! The Frontier Republicans and their political action committee the Frontier Conservatives are promoting a slate of candidates for precinct-men and precinct-women in Campbell County. I’d advise you not to… Read More »You can’t spell RINO without Frontier
I’ve received many requests for an Evidence-Based Wyoming Voter Guide. I don’t have a read on all the races. I present this list as my list of must-win candidates for the next legislature. If your district isn’t listed, I don’t know enough about that race to make a recommendation. Wyoming needs change! The current trajectory of… Read More »Evidence-Based Wyoming’s Voter Guide
Mark Jennings is the conservative thought leader Wyoming needs. Doug Gerard creator of Evidence-Based Wyoming is proud to endorse Mark Jennings for HD-30. Rep. Jennings has been in the legislature for six years. For each of those six years, Rep. Jennings has been fighting to save Wyoming from higher taxes and out of control government… Read More »HD-30, return Jennings to Cheyenne
Liberal Mark Kinner has had his chance and failed. Doug Gerard, the creator of Evidence-Based Wyoming, endorses Ken Pendergraft for HD-29. Ken Pendergraft should earn your vote because: Ken is a conservative who practices what he preaches. Ken understands we need government reform before we do anything else. Ken understands new taxes may close many… Read More »HD-29 Vote for Ken Pendergraft
Doug Gerard, the creator of Evidence-Based Wyoming, excitedly endorses Nina Webber for House District-24. Nina Webber is not only the conservative choice; by the numbers, Nina is the Republican choice.
Recently, Tyler Lindholm got taken to task for preventing 2020’s SF-70 from becoming law. He was asked about his role in the fiasco, and his response was a generic deflection that omitted the most critical features of SF-70. Rep. Lindholm was quoted by one of his supporters on Facebook as saying, “SF-70 is being reported as some… Read More »Rep. Lindholm, when you’re in a hole, STOP DIGGING!