News & Updates
I have had many talks with neighbors, friends, other candidates and public health experts about the safety of going door to door. After these talks, and specifically with the advice of my public health coworkers, I think there is a way to safely hear directly from you.
So, you can expect to see me and my team getting out across the district.
A stroll in Holliday Park is often exactly what I need. Sometimes though, I need a longer walk and a bigger park.
For those times, I turn to the more than 50,000 square miles of Wyoming public lands.
Cheyenne is home to nearly 3,800 state employees. Many of them live in my district. They are my neighbors and friends, and right now their representative is not speaking up for them.
You deserve leadership that values your work. Wyoming needs to reinvent its revenue generation model and take seriously the need for change.
In health care, we treat the disease, not the symptom.
Together with the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office, the courts, the Cheyenne Police Department and many other partners, my team at Cheyenne Regional is bringing that philosophy to criminal justice in Cheyenne.
House District 11 is truly my home. I love sharing treats from the Bread Basket with coworkers, walking in Holliday Park while my car is fixed at Fat Boys, and being the weird neighbor pushing the aerator down the street from A-1 Rentals to my house.
Amy Spieker, a public health expert and epidemiologist, announced her candidacy today to represent House District 11 in the Wyoming House of Representatives.
She has built a reputation for finding common ground among groups with different interests and achieving sensible solutions with a broad base of public support.