Evidence-Based Wyoming undergoes a lot of analysis, testing, and improvement! This year we have a new look at the website and the legislative tool. The legislative tool has been overhauled. EBW is simpler to use and has more functionality than previous incarnations. Better still EBW now offers the ability to score bills that are important… Read More »New Look, New Tools
Getting the run-off election bill done is vital to improving politics in Wyoming. With that in mind, I asked myself if we were fixing the right problem. The Cowboy State Daily was kind enough to publish the article, read it there. (Direct link: Doug Gerard: Solving The Right Election Problem | Cowboy State Daily)
Want to understand the Wyoming Republican civil war? Just read this from the Cato Institute’s State Freedom Summary for Wyoming. The Wyoming GOP consists of two groups, the grassroots, and the elites. Not surprisingly the grassroots push for more individual freedom and want government reform. The elites, not so much; the status quo is just… Read More »Understanding the Wyoming GOP’s Civil War
On July 11th, there was little information out on the candidates to fill the college board of the proposed new community district. I decided to seek information to help me and other voters make an informed choice. To that end, I sent an email asking each candidate to complete a brief survey that should take… Read More »Updated: Gillette College Board Candidate Questions
I’m still figuring out who to pick as my candidate for US House in 2022. But politics is just as nasty as ever, but this for somereason really ticked me off… Yesterday I shared the Facebook live stream of Darin Smith announcing he’s running for US Congress. Not even five minutes go by and conservative… Read More »So politics is making me angry again!
Find the full schedule on wyolgev.gov. Highlights in the House: Stating at 8 am: The House Judiciary Committee hears HB-116 Concealed carry-residency requirement-2. This bill is a must pass. It makes it so any US citizen can conceal carry in Wyoming. Testify Watch Upon noon recess: House Corporations, Elections, and Political Subdivisions, HB-98, HB-113, HB-127 and… Read More »Highlights in the Wyoming Legislature March 8th, 2021
Also, context matters! It helps to remember when discussing politics that not everyone has your knowledge or life experiences. Yesterday, I wrote a post that had been stewing in the back of my mind for about two weeks. It concerned HB-106, the much-maligned school choice bill. School choice, now here’s a pure conservative cause; who… Read More »If you voice your opinion, you’re bound to learn something!
HB-106 Wyoming education options act does a lot of good things. Most importantly gives poor kids (and really their parents) the ability to send their kids to private school.
The schedule of the Wyoming House, 10am. The schedule of the Wyoming Senate, 10 am. The most important item on the agenda is SF-34 Born alive infant-means of care on the Third Reading Consent list. Committee meetings starting at 8 am House Judiciary hears HB-116 Concealed carry-residency requirement-2 today at 8 am. This is a… Read More »March 5th, 2021 Today in the Legislature