Gordon: Campaign Going Well

Republicans gather to meet and talk to gubernatorial candidate Mark Gordon. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Republicans gather to meet and talk to gubernatorial candidate Mark Gordon. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended an event this weekend for one of the candidates. Here's her story.


Mark Gordon says his campaign for governor is going well.

Gordon swung by the Republican headquarters in Sheridan Sunday for a meet-n-greet. I asked him what projects he'd like to see implemented if he wins the governor's seat in November.

He said one of his goals that he feels extremely strongly about would help Wyoming's smaller communities.

I also asked him about his take on the ENDOW program – an acronym for Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming.

Gordon said he thinks the state needs to purpose all of its economic diversification efforts more carefully so there isn't confusion. He said some people, for example, get confused between ENDOW and the Wyoming Business Council, and Gordon thinks the differences need to be better defined.

He also said he thinks there might be opportunity to bring an energy office into the governor's office.

Gordon said from Sheridan, he'll head for Cody on Monday, and on Tuesday, he'll be in Casper.

View more photos below.

Gordon visits with a supporter. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Gordon visits with a supporter. (Photo by Pat Blair)
More supporters line up to talk with the candidate. (Photo by Pat Blair)
More supporters line up to talk with the candidate. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A meet-n-green attendee visits with Sheridan County Republican Party Chairman Bryan Miller. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A meet-n-green attendee visits with Sheridan County Republican Party Chairman Bryan Miller. (Photo by Pat Blair)
State Sen. Dave Kinskey visits with Mary Ellen McWilliams and Gail Symons. (Photo by Pat Blair)
State Sen. Dave Kinskey visits with Mary Ellen McWilliams and Gail Symons. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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