Clem to seek re-election to the State House

State Representative Scott Clem, R - Gillette, has announced his re-election bid for the Wyoming State House. “I have a strong record that reflects social and fiscal conservatism, and I look forward to using my skills to further represent the greatest group of people in Wyoming,” said Clem. When asked about what he hopes to accomplish, Clem stated that he wants build upon the success he had in his first term. “In my first two-year term I fought for common sense solutions, championed fiscal discipline, and developed meaningful working relationships, all without compromising my principles," he said. Clem is concerned about what he calls “the war on coal,” and wants the state government to help people by keeping taxes low and not interfering in the market. "Excessive government regulation" is part of what he says is hurting Wyoming. Elected in 2014, Clem sits on the Joint Travel, Recreation and Wildlife Committee, and also serves on the City of Gillette’s Park’s and Beautification board. Clem is the pastor-in-training at Central Baptist Church, where he also serves as a deacon. He works as the Coordinator of the YES House Group Home. He is married to his wife of 10 years and they have 4 children. *photo h/t LSO* #county17 #news