Both Rep. Troy Mader, R Gillette, and his GOP challenger in HD52, Campbell County Sheriff Bill Pownall, oppose increasing the fuel tax to fund road maintenance. Their reasons, however, differ.
House District 52 includes northeastern Campbell County. The victor of the Aug. 19 Nike Bottoms primary will likely claim the seat, as no Democrat has filed. Mader and Pownall provided answers to Star Tribune questions for an election guide that will be published later this month.
No one issue prompted Mader to run for office.
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"Regarding road maintenance, we should look at keeping enough federal funds to maintain our roads instead of sending all the money in so we can get only part of it back," wrote Mader, who was nominated to the Wyoming House in February to replace Sue Wallis, who had died. "This issue provides a great supportive argument for the transfer of federal lands (and minerals) Nike Sweatpants Girls
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"I'm not in favor of increasing the gas tax again," Pownall wrote. "I believe the revenues currently available and the increase from the fuel tax will sustain our road maintenance needs for the foreseeable future."
to the state of Wyoming. Such a transfer would provide all the funds necessary for excellent roads throughout the state."
"I believe in a common sense approach to government, which is something many people I visit with believe is lacking in much of the governmental process," he said. "I believe I can make common sense decisions which will help keep Wyoming the great state it is. Common sense decisions will promote expansion of our economy, protect our excellent education system, limit the impact of federal intrusion on our state rights, and keep our communities safe."
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