January 15, 2019
CHEYENNE, Wyo.– Governor Mark Gordon has requested that $21 million be added to the supplemental budget to launch coal-based generation technology, protect wildlife and state lands from invasive species and predation, and better support local governments.
January 9, 2019
CHEYENNE, Wyo.– Governor Mark Gordon outlined his administration’s priorities for fiscal discipline, economic development, and improving Wyoming people’s quality of life in his State of the State Address to the 65th Wyoming Legislature on January 9, 2019 two days after he was sworn in as Wyoming’s 33rd governor. “I have to say the enthusiasm we have felt over the past couple of days should give us all optimism for our future,” Governor Gordon said in his remarks. “We are a resourceful people in an amazing state at an important time in our state’s history. Let’s make the most of it.”
January 7, 2019
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Laying out his vision for Wyoming in his first inaugural address, Governor Mark Gordon called for fiscal prudence, growing communities rather than government, and a focus on innovation for the future. Governor Gordon took the oath on his family’s Bible with his wife Jennie at his side. Then delivered his first inaugural address to the resounding applause from a crowd of over 900 family, friends, state and local leaders, students, supporters and citizens.
January 7, 2019
Cheyenne, Wyoming – As Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon continues to build out his Administration ahead of his official swearing-in on Monday, January 7, he announced two key appointments today. Governor-elect Gordon hired Rachel Girt as his Communications Director and Erin Johnson as his Health and Human Services Policy Advisor. Girt will serve as the Governor-elect’s spokesperson and be the chief contact for media. Johnson will advise the Governor-elect on key healthcare and human services policy issues...
January 4, 2019
Cheyenne, Wyoming – Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon is inviting citizens, students and media across the state to watch online this Monday, January 7th as the state’s five statewide elected officials are sworn into office and he delivers his Inaugural address.
December 18, 2018
Cheyenne, Wyoming – Governor-elect Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Inauguration Committee announced details today regarding press coverage and media credentialing for the 2019 Wyoming Inauguration.
Local, state and national media are invited to cover four main events for the inauguration, a Prayer Service, Swearing in Ceremony, Public Reception and the Inauguration Gala. All press must receive media credentials to cover the events. The media credentialing form is attached and must be submitted via email to Kristin Walker at email@example.com by Thursday, January 3, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
December 10, 2018
Cheyenne, Wyoming – Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon announced six new additions to his Administration today, bringing together a team of seasoned policy advisors and experienced administrators. "Our state success moving forward is going to depend on having optimistic and energized veteran leaders with experience working on state and local issues," said Governor-elect Gordon. “This team of skilled policy experts and administrators will not only help me hit the ground running on day one, but help me steer the ship in the coming months. I’m honored to have them by my side.”...
November 13, 2018
Cheyenne, Wyoming – Wyoming Governor-elect Mark Gordon announced co-chairs for his official transition committee today, tapping two longtime Wyoming leaders with deep experience in state government and public policy. Gordon announced that Dr. Pat Arp, the current Wyoming Deputy State Treasurer, and Gale Geringer, Gordon for Governor campaign manager, will serve as co-chairs of his transition team. In these roles, Arp and Geringer will assist Gordon in setting up his gubernatorial office, guide staffing decisions, administrative procedures and initial policy rollouts...