(Lander, Wyo.) – When you think of who you want representing Lander in Cheyenne, you want someone who will listen and who has a proven track record of truly working for the interest of the locals. Senator Cale Case has done just that.

When asking around town, it’s not difficult to find examples of people who have had positive and uplifting experiences with Sen. Case.

In 2010, Cale and others spent 11 days fighting flooding that threatened Lander.  He is shown here with Richard Garrett by a new channel cut by the Popo Agie through an open field above town.  The flooding was turned back to the river before it reached Lander

In 2010, Cale and others spent 11 days fighting flooding that threatened Lander. He is shown here with Richard Garrett by a new channel cut by the Popo Agie through an open field above town. The flooding was turned back to the river before it reached Lander

Marty Clarke received some direct help from Cale with navigating red tape in Cheyenne. She said he was prompt and responsive. “What impressed me was he called me and learned exactly what the problem was,” she said. “Even though I’m a Democrat, he helped me out.” She said after he had done what he could, Cale called her back to see how it all worked out.

Sen. Case has a history of working for the best interest of Fremont County businesses.

“We appreciate that as a legislator, Sen. Case actively supports our Companies’ efforts and in doing so, is also supporting his constituents to provide the opportunity to succeed in our state not only as a privately-funded, Wyoming-based business, but as Wyoming citizens,” Wyoming.com Director of Sales, Marketing and Public Policy Chris Robisch said. “I have worked with Sen. Case on a number of issues over the past decade. Whether it be working state law for telecommunications, state bid process items, or other issues affecting Wyoming.com’s ability to provide Internet and phone services, the Senator consistently shows an interest in doing what’s in the best interest of our customers and the competitive market we operate in.”

Throughout the last couple years’ turmoil surrounding the Wyoming Life Resource Center, Sen. Case has impacted numerous lives.

Connie Howard moved to Lander from out-of-state four years ago to be closer to her son at WLRC. She said Sen. Case helped her get settled. “As a new comer to the city of Lander, he was very helpful in getting me relocated,” she said. “We have worked together ever since.”

“He looks after his constituents real well,” Howard added.

Lander man Brad Hill praised Cale’s work in opposing Senate File 104, the ‘Hill Bill,’ as well as his staunch support of second amendment rights and his fiscally conservative voting record. “Senator Case is a proven leader, who cares about the rights of our friends, neighbors and citizens of Fremont County. Senator Case enjoys his work, he is detail oriented and is driven by results.”

Sen. Cale Case asks for your vote this Tuesday, Aug. 19 in the Republican Primary Election.

“The great thing is that I really love my job of helping people and my enthusiasm is still growing,” Case said. “I care about Wyoming’s people. I am one of them and I always respect the fact that the voters trust me to be their Senator. I will not let them down.”