Lloyd Larsen works hard for the working Wyomingite

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Since day one as Representative for Wyoming House District 54, Republican Lloyd Larsen has strived to protect and expand jobs across Wyoming. Whether he is collaborating with local small business owners, creating bills to ease regulatory burdens, or getting funding in the right hands during these unprecedented times, Larsen works hard for the working Wyomingite.

Prioritizing the Wyoming workforce during Larsen’s eight-year tenure in the legislature has led to endorsements from not only the Wyoming Public Employees Association, but the Associated General Contractors of Wyoming, and the Wyoming Medical Political Action Committee.

He works with the people of Wyoming to navigate the issues they face and find resolutions to ease their burdens. He has authored bills with the help of the stakeholders to streamline contractor requirements for the State. This broad realignment of these responsibilities alleviated the bureaucratic burden out of the process for contractors, and professional services like engineers and architects. This also ensures our Wyoming workers will be working in the State.

The revitalization of both the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander and the Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston has been a priority for Larsen over the years. Fremont and Uinta Counties will benefit from these efforts for years to come. He stopped a bill during his first year that aimed to close the WLRC. In turn, he has worked to invest over $150M into both critical service facilities, and not only preserve jobs but expand employment.

From statewide to local and everyone in between, Lloyd Larsen is here for the working Wyomingite. He has been through the ups and downs of the economy, waded through the unknown, and continues to invest in the future.

“I am dedicated to continue making opportunities available to people who want to live in Wyoming and contribute to our way of life.”

-Lloyd Larsen

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