Early Vote, Albany Cnty Courthouse 9am-5pm, M-F 525 Grand Ave. Mail-in 307.721.2546
Creating a future for all Wyomingites
Cheyenne has talked about it for decades but they aren't getting the job done. It's time for a new approach!
Not only do we have the highest costs in the region but we lack adequate access to specialty care. It's time for change!
Our hospitals are facing a financial crisis and our legislature continues to reject federal aid. There's no good reason for this. Vote for Change. Vote for Jackie Grimes for Senate!
I am honored and humbled by the support I have received from these great organizations. These organizations represent the people and workers of Wyoming who make this state great. Folks in Cheyenne have lost sight of the people of Wyoming and it is time we started making them a priority.
Many thanks to:
Read my responses to their Questionnaires! Transparency is important and the answers I provide for one group is the same as the answers I provide to everybody.
Wyoming voters can vote before Election Day through a process called absentee in-person voting. The period for absentee in-person voting runs from Friday, September 18th to Monday, November 2nd. To vote early go to:
Albany County Courthouse
9am to 5pm, Monday thru Friday
525 Grand Avenue
If you are going to vote on election day you need to be prepared!
For everything you need to know, from what to bring, what to wear, and where to go, check out our Election Day Voting Page!
Not sure about the Post Office and want to make sure your ballot is counted? Then drop it off at the Official Albany County Ballot Drop Box
East Side of the Courthouse
525 Grand Avenue
Laramie, WY 82070
The purpose of government is not to serve the needs of political parties or career politicians but rather to ensure the well being of our community by protecting our rights, promoting the rule of law, ensuring our security, supporting the economic system, and providing public services.
It's important that our elected representatives understand the needs of our community. This requires meeting with constituents, listening, helping form consensus and then representing these positions in the legislature and working to get them enacted. I am running to represent the voices of every day Wyomingites.
One of the roles of government is to help create communities and environments where our families and people can thrive and succeed. It is the responsibility of your representative to understand the needs of this community and how government can help you make this a better place to live and raise our families.
Mental health is as important as physical health and impacts our communities with respect to substance abuse, suicides, sexual abuse, gun violence, poor performance in school and in so many other ways. Families dealing with mental health issues need the support of agencies and mental health professionals. So do our communities need their support to keep us safe and identify potential problems while we can still do something about it.
Education, whether it's secondary, vocational or college, is so important to our achievements. Those achievements may be as simple as how to balance a checkbook, obtain a job in the trades, or seek a career in a profession. Whatever it is that we pursue in life, a lack of appropriate training and education should not hold us back. A very important role of government is to ensure that we have the right institutions to meet your educational and training needs and those of our children.