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Jarik Dudley, candidate for Mayor of Gillette, supports local businesses, police officers, firefighters, coal miners, volunteers and veterans. His core values include Honor, Courage, and Commitment.
Dudley's opponents, Nathan McLeland and Shay Lundvall, both claim to have leadership skills yet were complicit in the wrong-doing of the city council for the last several years.
McLeland is especially accountable (as he holds a degree in law) yet did not apply his knowledge and training to the issue of stopping a corrupt City Council and Mayor. McLeland chose instead to participate in it. There is no leadership demonstrated here.
Shay Lundvall approved of his sister filing a False Crime Report, with the malicious intent to have a citizen arrested for writing letters with regard to corruption in local law enforcement. Shay Lundvall's sister fraudulently represented that these letters were being sent directly to her. When the investigating GCPD officer was advised that no letter had ever been sent to her, and asked her directly if she had received a letter, she admitted that no such letters had ever been sent to her. When informed of the incident, Shay Lundvall supported his sister's right to commit false reporting.
Lundvall, like McLeland, chose to participate in the Gillette City Council's corruption even when it affected him personally. When Lundvall didn't even stand up for himself, his friends and family stood up on his behalf. There is no leadership demonstrated here.
If you are able to vote for Mayor of Gillette, please vote for change. Vote for Americanism. Vote for Jarik Dudley.
The League of Women Voters' candidate forums June 27, 2022 and June 29, 2022 were very informative.
The three men running for Wyoming State Senate District 1 is the first item at the June 29, 2022, event, and they all look good in debate. If we were choosing battle teams though, Bill Fortner is the hands-down American leader. Where each candidate was given one final minute for self-promotion, Bill Fortner spent his last minute educating the public on how to see the voting records of current elected officials prior to voting. My favorite quotes of Bill Fortner: "We don't have a money problem, we have a spending problem," and, "I will go to the mat defending the Constitution!"
If you are able to vote for Senator for District 1, please vote for the Constitutional Republican. Vote for Bill Fortner.
Abby Angelos, candidate for State House of Representatives District 3, represents family values and her agenda includes less government control, less dependency on federal dollars, and protecting our freedoms.
Her opponent, Rusty Bell, participated in the persecution of a Christian opinion in 2018. In May of 2018 the City of Gillette and the Campbell County Commissioners (which included Rusty Bell) issued a joint statement calling it hate speech when a Christian re-posted someone else's article on her personal Facebook page which stated "Deception is a powerful tool to control people." The article compared the deception of LGBTQ lobbyists with the deception Nazis used to lead Jews to their deaths.
A 2016 resolution, which was used as the excuse for this prejudicial marginalization of American values and Christian opinions, rejected "discrimination of any kind" yet they discriminated against a Christian for exercising free speech. In 2021 Rusty Bell also silenced public comment at public meetings, but now has the audacity to state that he, "can be an effective voice," for the very people he wants silenced.
If you are able to vote for Representative for District 3, please vote for Americanism. Vote for Abby Angelos.
Jarik Dudley for Mayor of Gillette.
Bill Fortner for Wyoming State Senator for District 1.
Abby Angelos for Wyoming State Representative for District 3.
League of Women Voters Candidate Forums
The Campbell County League of Women Voters and Gillette Public Access Television (GPA-TV) hosted Primary Election Candidate Forums. The forums are designed to provide voters with the information they need to make informed decisions on their ballot.
DVDs of the forum will be available for check out at the Campbell County Public Library. Each forum will be archived for on-demand viewing on GPA-TV's website.
For more information, contact Communications Manager Jennifer Toscana at (307) 686-5202.
Thank you for reading. The purpose of my campaigns is to highlight corruption and to get assistance from anyone who is able and willing to help return Gillette and Campbell County and Wyoming to American Ideals, and hopefully a culture that applies the law equally to all citizens regardless of position or social class. Thank you so much for the efforts you are making and have already made. Please forward to everyone that you know who might be interested in the information I share. God Bless You, and God Bless America.