We’ve seen a lot of change these past two years – and most of it for the better. America is making a comeback – economically, militarily, and in our position around the globe. We’re seeing a new confidence and a new commitment to putting our nation first, knowing that a strong America remains a beacon of freedom and prosperity to the rest of the world. I’m proud to have been part of the change in Washington – and I’m particularly grateful to you for allowing me to represent you. Thank you for the privilege and the honor.
But the work is not complete. That’s why I want to continue promoting Wyoming values and protecting our way of life in the US Senate – the most important parts of my job. We need to keep Wyoming’s economy strong and growing, to help all of us live better lives. As a physician, I know firsthand we have much more work to do so healthcare is accessible and affordable. We need to make sure the federal government does what it must do well, meets its obligations, and otherwise does nothing more. We need to vigilantly defend freedom and honor the Constitution whenever they are under attack – so both are preserved for future generations.
Because of the resilience of our people, and the strength of our shared convictions, I remain optimistic that we will create a great future for our kids and grandkids. But the future will not secure itself. To that end, I would very much appreciate your vote in the coming general election. Thank you.