Travis seeks election to House District 60 seat
June 17, 2020
Democrat Lindsey Travis announced her campaign for Wyoming House of Representatives District 60. The seat being vacated by retiring democrat John Freeman.
Travis has served on the Green River Parks and Recreation Board as well as the Green River City Tree Board. Travis is also a graduate of the Sweetwater County Leadership Institute.
Travis is running for the House in hopes of creating a vibrant future for not only her family, but for the community and state she cares so deeply about.
"Green River has wonderful people and great schools -- the people here truly care about each other and want our community to thrive. I will be honored to represent them," Travis said in her campaign announcement.
Travis and her husband, Scott, live in Green River with their children: Lillie, a soon-to-be junior at Green River High School; and Spencer, a 2020 graduate of GRHS who will be attending the University of Wyoming in the fall.
Their children Nick and Amanda and two grandchildren live in Illinois.
Travis believes that Wyoming is strong because of its people, which is why she intends on putting people first.
Travis plans to advocate for policies and services designed to help the most vulnerable populations. Travis is passionate about strong educational funding, support for seniors, access to health care, help to small businesses and equality for all. Travis hopes that when people view her, they see someone like themselves.
"I am a parent, spouse, and a Green River resident seeking a vibrant future for the next generations," Travis said.