Teton County GOP recommends that you vote No on the proposed
sales tax increase.
Devon Viehman - Town Council
Devon understands firsthand the challenges members of our community face in raising a family, growing a business, securing housing and making ends meet. She is committed to preserving what makes Jackson unique while ensuring locals have the opportunity to pursue their dreams right here in the valley. Her campaign principles include smart and sustainable growth, affordable housing, fiscal responsibility, and community engagement.
Christian Beckwith - County Commissioner
Christian, a climber and founder of Jackson's SHIFT festival, is running for the Board of County Commissioners as a Republican with an eye towards bringing all of Teton County's population into the fold. His campaign principles include preservation, prioritizing housing, transportation, and sustainability.
Peter Long - County Commissioner
Born and raised in Jackson Hole, Peter is a fourth-generation rancher who grew up with a deep-rooted appreciation for the rugged beauty and ecological diversity that make Jackson Hole unique. He and his wife Lauren, and their one-year-old son, Walter, understand the challenges facing young, hard-working families in Jackson Hole because they face them daily. His campaign principles include working-class neighborhoods, affordable health care, and fiscal responsibility.
Michael Kudar - Town Mayor
Michael is running for mayor with experience as a council member, a Jackson Planning and Zoning Chair, a corporate manager, as well as a civic steward over the years that have prepared him to collaborate widely, to convene both locally and regionally, and to explore every possibility to help Jackson move forward with respect to you, the taxpayer. His campaign principles include bringing back leadership on tough community decisions, respect for taxpayers, and accountability at all times in the governance process.
Bill Scarlett - TCSD #1 Board of Trustees
Bill is running for reelection to the Teton County School District ##1 Board of Trustees. He served as the Treasurer during his first term that supported the construction of Munger Mountain Elementary School and worked with the District's business department to clean-up and improve the financial reporting and transparency. He was born in Jackson Hole, is a graduate of Jackson Hole High School and the University of Wyoming. His campaign principles include continuing to support and work for the election of State and National Republican candidates as well as keeping a local focus on Teton County families.
Cynthia Lummis - US Senate
Born on a cattle ranch in Laramie County, Cynthia knows how to protect Wyoming values because she lives those values in her work and home life. From the halls of the Wyoming House to the halls of the U.S. House, Cynthia's time in public service has always been focused on fighting for Wyoming's future. Her campaign principles include cutting government spending, advancing the research and promotion of carbon capture, and repealing and replacing Obamacare.
Bill Winney - HD22
Bill is running for House District 22 with experience in government budgeting and program development from his active duty in the Navy. Winney worked for the as a Chief Engineer and commanded both submarines and a submarine tender. Winney led crews and was responsible for their training and improvement. His campaign principles include education, the state budget and preserving multiple use of public lands.
Liz Cheney – US Representative
Liz Cheney serves as Wyoming’s lone member of Congress in the U.S. House of Representatives. She was first elected in 2016, on a platform of restoring America’s strength and power in the world, and pursuing conservative solutions to create jobs, cut taxes and regulation, and expand America’s energy, mining and agriculture industries. Cheney serves on the House Armed Services Committee and Natural Resources Committee. Her campaign principles include support for veterans, enhancing healthcare in rural communities, and strengthening national defense.