Hunter for Wyoming

Meet Greg

Greg Hunter

Greg Hunter

I would like to introduce myself as a candidate for the US House of Representatives for the great state of Wyoming. From Evanston to Greybull, Sheridan to Cody, Medicine Wheel to the Red Desert I’ve cherished every moment of my time traveling the state. It’s because of all that Wyoming has given me that I feel the need to give back. I’m running for Congress to ensure your voice is heard clearly in Washington, DC and your concerns are met head on by our elected officials.

For too long, our representatives in Washington, DC have contributed to a corrupt culture of valuing those with financial means over the common voter. I’m running for Congress to restore power to the people and put an end to pay-to-play politics. As your representative, I promise to put you first and always advocate for the issues you care most about.

I was born in 1963 and am a product of public schools. Public schools saved me from a life of ignorance and based on my love of the outdoors, I always knew I would be in the science field. I graduated with a B.S. in Geological Sciences in 1986 from Wright State University. I do not have to tell the boom and bust state that this was the wrong time to enter the petroleum field, but the clean-up of gasoline spills and landfills had just begun, so I put my sub surface knowledge to cleaning up the environment. I became intimately familiar with regulations and how they are applied. My work experience has made me uniquely prepared to navigate the complexities of legislation, regulation, and government bureaucracy in DC.

In 1993, I was hired by a beltway bandit (Washington D. C. Consultant) by the name of Jaycor and I rose to Vice President due to my combination of technical, scientific, business and personnel skills. I have worked for every Government Agency which has given me an inside look at how D. C. corrupts the hard work of the taxpayer trying to do right by their families. A representative should ensure that money allocated to government agencies gets spent to benefit the taxpayer and not frittered away on some irresponsible idea. We should expect more from a representative and I would welcome the opportunity to serve the people of Wyoming in advancing the ideals and business of our beloved state!

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Meet Greg