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House District 10 Wyoming vote freedom and liberty

June 10, 2014

Should Wyoming’s government continue to grow larger?

Do you feel the state bureaucracy deserves more money and control?

If you’re like most Wyomingites, your answer is a resounding NO!

Yet every year, we keep hearing new excuses why our state government needs more and more money.

But there’s one simple truth…

Things will never change in Cheyenne until we change the kind of people we send there.

And that’s why I’m running for the Wyoming House.

I watched as my incumbent opponent (in House District 10) voted YES to pass a fuel/gasoline tax hike in Wyoming.

His actions go beyond his yes vote on the floor — he was also a member of the committee that voted to ram this tax hike through.

My opponent literally ignored hundreds of emails from hard working Wyomingites, many who stated that were already finding it difficult to make ends meet!

I truly believe stunts like these are the reason why so many folks complain about their legislators being out of touch.

So if you believe it’s time the state government started to look for ways to cut taxes and spending, instead of constantly hiking them, then I hope to earn your support in my run for the state house.

The truth on the gasoline tax hike is that — Paid Special Interest Lobbyists — greased the skids to no end.

And these same lobbyists, some of them earning six figure incomes, are directly tied to PACs (Political action Committees) — who have one purpose in mind — to ‘keep their tax and spend’ politicians in office.

These PACs regularly fund incumbents, (like my opponent) sometimes as high as 3 to 1 leaving challengers in the dust.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

I can beat back the establishment, and their deep pocket cronies, by running at them head-on with (for starters) targeted ads and aggressive mail campaigns. But these things just won’t happen on their own.

That’s why I’m asking for your immediate support…

So if you are just as tired as I am of ‘tax and spend’ politicians, please consider contributing as generously as you can to my campaign.

Whether you can give the campaign maximun of $1000, or right now you can only afford $20 or $10, please know that any amount you give will be used to run an effective campaign.

Warmest Regards,

  

Anthony Bouchard
Conservative Republican
for Wyoming House

P.S.  Spend, spend, spend and new state tax hikes will be coming down the pike soon.

That’s just one of the reasons I’m running for State House.

But this isn’t going to be an easy fight, since my incumbent opponent’s special interest cronies — will dig deep keeping the campaign checks flowing — so they can keep him in office.

Of course I intend to bring a real fight to their camp. But I’ll need your help.

Please go here and chip in $1000, $500, $250, $100, $25 or just $10 right now, and help me in my run for State House


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