Johnson for Wyoming


Steve Johnson and …

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”

 ~ unknown

My family moved to Cheyenne almost seven decades ago. They came here for the business opportunities, the wide-open spaces, and the school system that promoted children’s learning. They felt a responsibility to give back to the community. During those young years, I attended the United Methodist Church, joined the Boy Scouts, and became an Eagle Scout.

Service to the community has always been important to me, with 23 years of volunteer service to Cheyenne.

In Frontier Days, I became a Heel and a volunteer of the year for the grounds committee. A “Heel” at Cheyenne Frontier Days refers to a volunteer who is part of the Heels of Cheyenne Frontier Days organization. The Heels are a group of dedicated volunteers who oversee the operation of the individual committees that produce the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days event.

I have seen the Wyoming way of life being dismantled right in front of my eyes. I have five children and nine grandchildren, and I want to see them grow into a future that protects individual liberties, promotes fiscal responsibility, and safeguards the Wyoming that I love.

I am a third-generation businessman who made my living as a commercial general contractor in Laramie County.

My wife Christina and I became involved in politics in 2008 with the election of Barack Obama. We knew we had to do something to save our country and protect Wyoming, becoming involved in the Republican Party as volunteers. We have attended every state convention for the Republican Party beginning in 2010 in Sheridan, Wyoming. We’ve learned how politics work. If you’re a Democrat and want to get elected, put an ‘R’ behind your name, and with me, you’ll get a righteous Republican. I’m not going to lie to you; I believe in the platforms and resolutions of the Republican Party. I invite you to join me in preserving the values and way of life we cherish in Wyoming. Let’s work together for the future of our district.

Thank you and God Bless,

Steve Johnson
House District 8