Gordon Elected As 33rd Governor of Wyoming

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Mark Gordon of Buffalo became the 33rd Governor of the State of Wyoming after winning the general election Tuesday.

Gordon, currently the Wyoming State Treasurer, decided to run for the top office in the state and made the official announcement back in March of this year at a gathering in Buffalo.
He said he had brought his conservative values to the Treasurer's office and wanted to continue steering the state as governor.

Sheridan Media spoke to Gordon Tuesday night by phone from his campaign headquarters in Cheyenne, where he reacted to the news he had been elected as Wyoming's new Governor.

The Republican from Buffalo has served on the local school board and the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City among others. He was appointed in 2012 to fill the remainder of the term of previous Treasurer Joseph Meyer, who passed away in October of 2012.
Gordon was elected to a full four-year term in 2014.

Gordon will take office at the gubernatorial inauguration on January 7th, 2019.