By Mike Dunn 

Governor Mead talks platform, Valley


Mike Dunn

Governor Matt Mead, right, listens to Joel Dousman, Sublette County Commissioner at the state meeting of county commissioners Thursday.

As he wrapped up his speech and finished shaking hands with county commissioners at their Spring Meeting Thursday, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead (R) took time to sit down with the Saratoga Sun to answer questions about Saratoga, the upcoming election and controversial issues in the Platte Valley.


Gov. Mead, who will be up for re-election in November, said though he has a tough battle ahead of him, his record speaks for itself.

"When I first came to office, unemployment was at about 6.4 percent, now it's at 4 percent," Mead said. He added that Wyoming was recognized as the state with...

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