Buffalo – Governor Mark Gordon has announced that he will run for a second term as Governor of Wyoming.
In front of family and friends in Buffalo on Monday, the Governor said he and First Lady Jennie Gordon are all in for another term. He asked the group for support and reflected on the past three years and his hopes for the future.
“We’ve cut taxes, passed a budget that is $400 million less than 2020, reduced the size of state government to its smallest level in 10 years and strengthened our right to bear arms by enacting the Second Amendment Protection Act. But there is more work to do.”
“Wyoming and the world have been through a tough stretch these past two years, but we focused on saving both lives and livelihoods. We adjusted our budget and resisted pressure to enact ‘shelter in place’ orders, which resulted in Wyoming logging more in-person school days than any state in the nation.
Governor Gordon said improving Wyoming’s education system by encouraging more parent involvement, recommitting to the Trump goal of American energy independence and streamlining federal and state regulations on businesses are all key to Wyoming’s future.
Watch Governor Gordon’s announcement video: