He's most likely the least known Republican candidate running for governor this year in Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.
Taylor Haynes is a retired urologist who currently cattle ranches in Albany County. He is a native of Louisiana, but has lived in Wyoming for the past 30 years. The 68-year-old Republican ran for governor in 2010 as a write-in candidate, garnering seven-and-a-half percent of the vote. This time around, he's seeking the Republican nomination in the August primary election.
In a recent interview on News Talk 9-30 KROE'S Public Pulse program, Haynes said that he's fed up with what is happening in our Nation's Capitol.
Click here to hear more from the interview with Haynes. So far, there are only three candidates for the GOP nomination for governor. They are incumbent Matt Mead, Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill, and Haynes. The filing period for federal, state, county and municipal offices nominated at the Primary Election is May 15-30.