Governor Matt Hansen Mead's Public Statements

Biographical

Full Name: Matt Hansen Mead
Current Office: Governor, Republican
First Elected: 11/02/2010
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for Governor
Primary Aug. 19, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Carol; 2 Chidren: Mary; Pete
Birth Date: 03/11/1962
Birth Place: Jackson, WY
Home City: Cheyenne, WY
Religion: Episcopalian
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Issue Position: Social Issues Issue Position: Protection of Property Rights Issue Position: Immigration Issue Position: Travel and Tourism Issue Position: Water Issue Position: Energy Issue Position: Transportation Issue Position: Outdoor Recreation Issue Position: Jobs and the Economy Issue Position: Agriculture Issue Position: Technology and Connectivity Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Highway Maintenance Issue Position: National Security Issue Position: Protection of Gun Rights Issue Position: Health Care and Quality of Life 7/18/14 Wyoming Capitol Opens on Saturdays for Cheyenne Frontier Days 7/16/14 Wyoming Will Not Object to Third Party Candidates Fundraising During Primary 7/15/14 Wyoming Moves Up in Pro-Business Ranking 7/14/14 Governor Unveils Website that Provides Resources and Tracks Wyoming's Energy Strategy 7/10/14 New Raffle Generates Over $665,000 for Wyoming Wildlife 7/09/14 Governor Pushes EPA and Army Corps to Withdraw Water Proposal that Will Add Costs and Burdens for Agriculture 7/08/14 Governor: Valuable Work on School Safety Being Done 6/26/14 Governor: BLM Plan for Lander Area Shows Positive Cooperation 6/25/14 Governor's Task Force on Forests Preparing Final Recommendations 6/24/14 Governor Signs 2014 Equal Pay Day Proclamation 6/19/14 Governor Seeks to Advance Test Center for Carbon Research 6/18/14 Governor Defends Wyoming During Wave of Federal Regulations 6/16/14 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Pursue Reasonable Energy Policy 6/05/14 Governor Has Productive Dialogue on Coal Port Tour 6/04/14 Wyoming to Support Students in Mammoth Hot Springs 6/02/14 Governor: Federal Government Should Follow Wyoming's Lead 6/02/14 Thanks to Teams from Across Wyoming for Their Work Protecting Saratoga 5/29/14 Governor Utilizing Technology to Create Opportunities for Participation in Water Strategy 5/28/14 Governor to Visit Washington State to Discuss Coal Exports 5/25/14 Governor Continues to Work with Local Communities to Prepare for Potential Flooding 5/24/14 Governor Activates Teams to Assist in Flood Prevention 5/20/14 Governor Urges Action to Delist Grizzly Bears 5/19/14 Homeland Security Working with Office of Inspector General on Audit 5/16/14 Governor to Address Energy Summit 5/16/14 Wyoming's Jobless Rate Drops Below 4% for First Time Since 2008 5/15/14 Governor Recognizes Wyoming Residents Enlisting in the Military 5/15/14 Governor Continues to Work on a Wyoming Water Strategy with Public Input 5/13/14 Governor Mead Pleased that Work Will Start on Orphaned Well Plugging 5/12/14 Governor Releases Report Showing Wyoming Can Lead in High Horsepower LNG 5/09/14 Governor: EPA's Proposed Standards for Power Plants are Flawed 5/08/14 Governor to Keynote Infrastructure Authority's Meeting on Coal and Wind 5/06/14 Governor Continues to Press on Defending Second Amendment 4/29/14 Wyoming Gives EPA Notice of Intent to Sue over Agency's Failure to Act on Another State Plan 4/24/14 Governor Takes Action to Protect Wyoming Forests