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  • Mark Baker
    (Rep)

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    Lindsey Travis
    (Dem)

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Given the cuts to the Wyoming Departments of Health and Family Services already made by Governor Gordon, how would you immediately protect the most vulnerable among us?

Do you support any legislation that may come before the 2021 session of the Legislature that could result in raising revenue? Please explain.

What is your position on “Medicaid expansion” that allows low-income adults to be eligible for healthcare coverage with 90% funding from the Federal government and 10% funding from the State?

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Campaign Phone (307) 871-7881
My family moved to Green River in 2010 for a job opportunity. We fell in love with the community and decided to make it our home. My husband, Scott, and I have two teenagers, one who just started at the University of Wyoming, and one who is a junior at Green River High School.

I am the Assistant Director for the Sweetwater County Library System where I directly manage two libraries and oversee public relations for the library system. I advocate for library services, collaborate with other agencies on programs and events, and oversee budgets. Prior to working for the library system I worked for NOWCAP Services where I advocated for people with disabilities. Before that I had a 12-year journalism career.
The current cuts are devastating. The first thing I would do when elected is look to see if there are better ways to cut the budget and see if there are ways to restore any services taken from the most vulnerable. Before we can fully restore services, however, we need to find new ways to raise revenue.
Yes. Our state needs to seriously look at new ways to raise revenue. We have been dependent on the boom and bust cycles of the mineral industry for too long. That system is not fair to our workers, and, as we have seen this year, has devastating impacts on our state services.
I am in favor of Medicaid expansion. I believe that everyone deserves accessible and affordable health care. Medicaid expansion will allow more individuals to have the health care access that they deserve.