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Haynes For Wyoming

Why am I running for Governor? 

I am the first person running for office to promote Wyoming’s sovereignty and the absolute need to establish a “constitutional” relationship with the Federal Government. The vision I have shared with Wyoming voters for a prosperous and free Wyoming, has shown signs of coming to life. I have learned to work effectively with the Legislators. The passage of House Bill 209 by the 2015 Wyoming House, and the introduction of related bills during the 2016 Budget session and 2017 Legislature indicates that many Legislators agree it is time for Wyoming to realize her full potential and enjoy all the benefits she is due as a State.

The ground work for this was laid in the 1970s when the “Sagebrush Rebellion” statutes were passed and are today on our books. These are the Title 36 Statutes. I will seek a Constitutional amendment to insure that these “Multiple Use” lands remain in state hands as long as Wyoming is a State.

I have the education and on-the-ground experience to facilitate this evolution. Working with the Legislature and using our Constitutional rights for good as some other states have used theirs for subversive reasons, we can do great things. I have no intention of, and there is no need to trust Wyoming’s fate to the dysfunctional courts.

Why am I the best candidate?

I have a broad and deep experience in our free enterprise system and my success as an entrepreneur, business owner, and leader positions me uniquely to provide Wyoming the vision to lead her to a prosperous and free future.  

Please go to my "On The Issues" tab to read my views on specific issues important to Wyoming citizens.

 

News

Monday, May 14, 2018 12:08 PM

To Protect the Constitution

Taylor Haynes seeks to limit federal control and empower state and local governments.


Wednesday, May 9, 2018 5:21 AM

Importance of Country of Origin Labeling for Food Safety

More than 1.1 million tons of foreign beef is imported into the United States each year. Multinational corporations aren't required to use clear labels and therefore they import more beef from more foreign countries, including countries with questionable food safety practices.

The USDA’s current regulations allow corporations that import beef and pork and other products into the United States to label that meat “Product of USA.” As a result, without Country of Origin Labeling (COOL), we don't know where our beef comes from or how safe it is.


Thursday, May 3, 2018 12:00 AM

Haynes Vying for Governor



Thursday, April 26, 2018 3:01 PM

Wyoming Governor Candidate, Taylor Haynes, Meets With Voters

When asked what differentiates him from other candidates in the race for Governor of Wyoming, Dr. Taylor Haynes responded, "First, I'm not a lawyer," which garnered great applause.  Haynes, a Republican, described himself as a constitutionalist conservative and states that he is "making the Constitution and state sovereignty a safe platform."  

He observed that his competitors have been "singing off my song sheet," as they are also talking about state's rights and other the Constitution, "but they don't have my voice."

Haynes shared that he is the best educated of the candidates and has the broadest experience in free market enterprise. He cited many state and national organizations he has worked with in leadership positions.


Thursday, April 19, 2018 11:53 AM

Haynes Joins GOP Primary For Governor

A constitutionalist conservative from Albany County is the latest to join the race to be Wyoming’s next governor.


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