Lloyd Larsen stands up for the needs of Lander

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For eight years, Republican Lloyd Larsen has been Lander’s voice while serving as the Wyoming House District 54 Representative. He seeks re-election this year to continue listening to his constituents and standing up for the needs of Lander and Wyoming.

Larsen and his family have called Lander home for over 30 years. He cares about the community and wants to see it thrive. To be the place his children and grandchildren can call home for generations to come. This is his community.

Local small business owners know they can call Larsen for help with navigating the hurdles they face. Like finding a way to make a Wyoming Game and Fish permit purchasable with a credit card.

“That might not seem like a big deal to most folks, but to the small business in the State where profit margins are small, the ability to make a few more dollars as they provide this service to our sportsmen is important.”

-Lloyd Larsen

Larsen was proactive in contacting business owners to make sure their financial needs were being met during this unprecedented time. He helped ensure millions in CARES Act funding has come to Fremont County; impacting over 200 local businesses and approximately 1,500 of their employees.

On the 2020 General Election ballot, Wyoming residents will find Amendment A to the Wyoming Constitution. This was authored by Larsen for Lander, a city that has faced numerous challenges with sewer and water infrastructure over the years. This amendment removes the cap which has hindered updates to towns, cities, and sewer districts for years. Read about Amendment A by clicking here.

No issue is too big or too small for this family man. His hard work and commitment to Lander and Wyoming can be seen in his ever-growing list of endorsements and legislature committee appointments. Learn more at lloydlarsen.com.

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For eight years, Republican Lloyd Larsen has been Lander’s voice while serving as the Wyoming House District 54 Representative. He seeks re-election this year to continue listening to his constituents and standing up for the needs of Lander and Wyoming.

Larsen and his family have called Lander home for over 30 years. He cares about the community and wants to see it thrive. To be the place his children and grandchildren can call home for generations to come. This is his community.

Local small business owners know they can call Larsen for help with navigating the hurdles they face. Like finding a way to make a Wyoming Game and Fish permit purchasable with a credit card.

“That might not seem like a big deal to most folks, but to the small business in the State where profit margins are small, the ability to make a few more dollars as they provide this service to our sportsmen is important.”

-Lloyd Larsen

Larsen was proactive in contacting business owners to make sure their financial needs were being met during this unprecedented time. He helped ensure millions in CARES Act funding has come to Fremont County; impacting over 200 local businesses and approximately 1,500 of their employees.

On the 2020 General Election ballot, Wyoming residents will find Amendment A to the Wyoming Constitution. This was authored by Larsen for Lander, a city that has faced numerous challenges with sewer and water infrastructure over the years. This amendment removes the cap which has hindered updates to towns, cities, and sewer districts for years. Read about Amendment A by clicking here.

No issue is too big or too small for this family man. His hard work and commitment to Lander and Wyoming can be seen in his ever-growing list of endorsements and legislature committee appointments. Learn more at lloydlarsen.com.

h/t Lloyd Larsen

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County 10 does not endorse any political candidate and strictly separates editorial/news coverage from advertising as it relates to a political campaign and election coverage. Click here to find all County 10’s election coverage as well as resources for voters and candidates.