Mark Gordon Announces Statewide Campaign Committee – Mark Gordon for Wyoming Governor

Mark Gordon Announces Statewide Campaign Committee

Campaign Team Includes Community Leaders from Every Wyoming County

Everywhere, Wyoming – With a focus on campaigning town-by-town and county-by-county, Treasurer Mark Gordon announced his statewide campaign leadership committee today with community leaders from every county in Wyoming.

“Every Wyoming community faces their own challenges and presents their own opportunities,” said Gordon. “Having boots-on-the-ground advice from community leaders, small business owners, parents and local experts is invaluable. From Lovell to Laramie, Thermopolis to Torrington, I’m committed to hearing firsthand about the issues most important to every community in Wyoming.”

Gordon continued, “the momentum we’ve built in every community across Wyoming has been incredible. Team Gordon is growing each and every day. I am honored by the support I have received and look forward to working with our statewide team in the coming months.”

The following individuals will serve as County Chairs for Gordon’s 2018 campaign for Governor, making up a statewide leadership team that will lead volunteer teams in each county, which are growing daily. County Chairs will help with outreach and education in their respective communities and advise Gordon on the issues most important to their counties. Volunteer teams in each county are growing daily.

ALBANY COUNTY

Rob and Mary Garland

Baillie Miller

BIG HORN COUNTY

Stan and Mary Flitner

Becky and Jack Lindsey

CAMPBELL COUNTY

Shaun and Alison Gee

CARBON COUNTY

Jim Espy

John and Diana Espy

Copper and Tara France

CONVERSE COUNTY

Frank and Elaine Moore

Doug Frank

CROOK COUNTY

Steve and Kathy Lenz

FREMONT COUNTY

Judy and Don Legerski

Mike Hays

GOSHEN COUNTY

Bill and Betty Law

Chuck Kenyon

HOT SPRINGS COUNTY

Jim and Terry Wilson

JOHNSON COUNTY

Bill Novotny (Honorary Finance Chair)

Jim Hicks

Connie and Mike Lohse (Statewide Honorary Chairs)

Laci and Ben Schiffer

Nancy Schiffer

LARAMIE COUNTY

Mary O. Meyer (Statewide Honorary Chair)

Peter and Chloe Illoway

Mark Eisele

Patrick and Rebekah Fitzgerald

Chris Lummis

Max and Gayla Maxfield

Leigh Vosler and Chris Allen

LINCOLN COUNTY

Kathy Tomassi

Kevin Voyles

John Bowers

NATRONA COUNTY

Peter and Marla Wold (Chairman)

Susan Thomas (Statewide Honorary Chair)

Jack Lenhart (Treasurer)

Susan Stubson

Mark Doelger

Riata Little

NIOBRARA COUNTY

Gene and Joan Lenz

PARK COUNTY

  • U.S. Senator Al and Ann Simpson (Statewide Honorary Chairs)
  • Jim Nielson and Anne Young (Statewide Honorary Chairs)
  • Steven and Dana Taggart Cranfill

PLATTE COUNTY

  • Judy Horton
  • Juan Reyes

SHERIDAN COUNTY

  • Isabel Wallop (Statewide Honorary Chair)
  • Mandy Moody Phillips
  • Tony and Deb Wendtland
  • Charley and Penny Whiton

SUBLETTE COUNTY

  • Carrie and Bill Budd
  • Nancy Espenscheid

SWEETWATER COUNTY

  • John Hay III (Honorary Statewide Chair)
  • Bonnie Cannon
  • Cindy Johnson
  • Margaret Parry
  • Ron and Sonja Wild

TETON COUNTY

  • Clarene and Creed Law (Honorary Statewide Chairs)
  • Mark Barron and Ruth Ann Petroff
  • Diana and Doyle Vaughan
  • Jackie Montgomery
  • Steve Meadows

UINTA COUNTY

  • Deborah and David Bassett

WASHAKIE COUNTY

  • Gard Ferguson
  • Ron Harvey

WESTON COUNTY

  • Bill and Marcia Lambert

Gordon has also opened campaign offices in Cheyenne, Casper, and Buffalo. The public is encouraged to contact the offices and stop by to pick up campaign materials. Campaign office locations are:

Gordon for Governor Buffalo Office

112 W. Angus Street

Buffalo, WY 82834

Gordon for Governor Cheyenne Office

223 East 19th Street

Cheyenne, WY 82001

Gordon for Governor Casper Office

139 W. 2nd Street, Suite 1A

Casper, WY 82601

For additional information on Gordon’s campaign for Governor, visit www.gordonforwyoming.com.

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About Mark

Mark Gordon is a rancher, small businessman, and Wyoming’s State Treasurer. He grew up on the family ranch in Johnson County. After graduating from college, Mark ran several successful businesses in Buffalo and Sheridan including two focused on outdoor recreation and tourism. He later worked in the oil and gas industry. Mark and his wife, Jennie Muir Gordon, currently work together, with Jennie handling day to day management of their ranch. They have four grown children, daughters Bea and Anne, son Aaron and his wife Megan, and son Spencer and his wife Sarah.

Serving as Wyoming Treasurer since 2012, Gordon has led a transformation of how the state invests its significant funds. He has focused on growing state investment returns, safeguarding state savings and improving transparency and access to the general public. He has demonstrated the ability to do more with less, leading a small staff to make significant and lasting changes to the state’s investment arm. Gordon grew state investments by over $1 billion last year, delivering the fund’s best performance above the state’s benchmark in ten years. As a result, Wyoming citizens saved $1,500 per person in taxes.

Gordon also led efforts to improve transparency surrounding the state’s financial portfolio resulting in Wyoming earning the number one ranking in the United States for transparency among all sovereign funds.