I’m running for what we value as a community: for this place and for our community.

Peaks and valleys, rivers and lakes, meadows and sagebrush flats—acre per acre, Teton County may be the most beautiful place on the planet. This is our place.

As well as beauty, we have people—our community, and “It is good people who make good places.”—Anna Sewell, Black Beauty.

Good government cares for both. With limited tools, we house our most valued workers, protect our natural capital, maintain a fair and rational business environment, preserve community character, and manage the impacts of our visitors. We’ve done well. But the job isn’t getting easier.

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