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What legislation is high on your priorities list for the first 100 days of the session?

How well are the checks and balances among the three branches of government functioning? Please explain

What will you do to restart the economy and deal with the lack of living-wage jobs?

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Campaign Phone (307) 247-1414
I am honored to be Wyoming’s lone representative in the U.S. House of Representatives. I serve as the 3rd ranking member of the House Republican Conference and sit on both the House Armed Services Committee and Natural Resources Committee. I have a track record of championing free markets, restoring our liberties, securing our country, and defending our constitutional rights. I have been a tireless advocate for Wyoming families and our key industries, including ag, energy and tourism, working to protect us from one-size fits all policy handed down from Washington, DC. I will work every day to stop those who want to take power away from individuals and give it to the federal government.
My top priority is ensuring that Wyoming can successfully address the lingering effects of COVID-19. This includes allowing additional resources for our small business community, providing the state flexibility on the use of CARES Act relief funds, ensuring the safety of our schools, and enacting strong liability protections to protect our local businesses. This virus has had a detrimental effect on our local economy which is why I will work to limit our dependence on China and prioritize our domestic supply chain.
It is our duty to objectively enforce the Constitution and principles of our founding fathers. Democrats have abused their power this Congress, wasting countless hours and taxpayer dollars to conduct a sham impeachment trial against the President. Congress has an important duty to conduct oversight over the Executive Branch, but when one party expresses their unwavering desire to impeach before they even take office, their credibility to conduct bipartisan and objective oversight is questioned. My hope is that we can conform to the principles laid out by our founding fathers and ensure that three co-equal branches of government operate efficiently and effectively on behalf of the American people.
Defeating the virus and focusing on pro-growth policies and making the middle-class tax cuts permanent will help rebuild our economy to the level we saw before the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to ensure the PPP loans they received are not subject to tax so we can spur good-paying jobs and rejuvinate our local communities. By making the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act permanent, we can give our employers the economic security and stability they need to grow, while ensuring that working parents can continue to take home more of their hard-earned money.
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I have spent my life as a community advocate, and lending my voice to congressional testimony, the United Nations, lobbying in the Wyoming legislature to end the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women crisis, and as a tribal and government liaison, training and advising on AMBER alerts and child sex trafficking. I've done homeless outreach on L.A.'s Skid Row, counseled inmates to help them make a smooth transition back into society, and distributed foodboxes to those in need across the country. I am a tribal liaison for the Wyoming Outdoors Council and a Red Desert Tribal Advocate for Citizens for the Red Desert Coalition. Finally, I am a mother of three, and a member of the Hunkpapa Lakota Standing Rock Sioux and Northern Arapaho tribes.
The repercussions of this pandemic are not behind us, so COVID-19 relief is a top priority. We must address the growing unemployment rate and economic decline, with a focus on human welfare and support to those who truly need it – single moms, working families, those already living paycheck-to-paycheck – and help for our small business owners, the lifeblood of our economy. We have recovered from a recession before, and I believe that we can do so again. We must also prioritize data broadband accessibility. In rural Wyoming, it is challenging to work and conduct community efforts online, proving broadband access is not a privilege, but a necessity.
At this time the legislative branch is as divided as any time in our history. There seems to be a battle between right and left, and not what is best for the American people. This is an historic and pressing time for our country. The president must work within his constitutional abilities to address the ongoing pandemic, high unemployment rates, and work with Congress on real solutions. Due to the division within the structural branches of government, and the ongoing political discourse, our leadership is not functioning to the full extent of their abilities. Working together, bipartisan efforts, and placing the American people first, should be the highest priority.
The issue of adequate living-wage jobs has always been an issue -- I suffered from it myself. I understand what it’s like to take on other jobs to subsidize living expenses. The first priority on tackling this issue is to collaboratively pass the Paycheck Fairness Act. The Paycheck Fairness Act will amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to provide more effective remedies to victims of discrimination in the payment of wages on the basis of sex or other protected classes. Pay disparities are especially severe for women and girls of color. How are we as Wyomingites, living up the legacy of being the “Equality State”? It’s imperative that we work collectively to live up to our state’s nickname.
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I have lived in Wyoming since 1976, having moved here from Michigan after graduating high school. I am an Instrument tech in the powerhouse at a mine site where I have worked for 43 years. I am the current Chairman of the Constitution Party of Wyoming and 2016 Alumni of Uinta County Leadership Institute. I am a United Way volunteer with the United Way of Southwest Wyoming and serve on the Uinta Advisory Council.
I would like to see an end to civil asset forfeiture without a conviction and the federal Equitable Sharing Program that allows police to circumvent states reform laws. These are an assault on the Fourth Amendment. I would vote against any mandatory vaccine or mask order. Renewable power mandates drive up energy costs and should be repealed.
The checks and balances among the three branches of government have not been maintained as they were intended. Congress has allowed the president to send troops to war without a declaration of such. They have allowed our money to become almost worthless. The Senate should be the states voice in congress and the house the peoples voice but with the passage of the Seventeenth Amendment, the states lost that voice.
Just removing the covid restrictions that allow businesses to re-open will not return us to where things were in January unfortunately. Wyoming has not had the rioting and looting that has caused many small businesses to board up and close permanently, however we are experiencing the pains of the restaurants not open, airlines, travel in general, not needing our oil. This will come back but very slowly. We need to not use essential v. non-essential designations for businesses. If it is ok for one to be open, then the same should apply to all.